Dustin Lynch has released the video for his latest single, "Hell of a Night." The song is the second single from his sophomore Where It's At album, released in 2014.

The video shows Lynch doing what he loves most: performing in front of a large crowd, which he'll have plenty of time to do this summer, when he serves as the opening act for Luke Bryan's 2015 Kick the Dust Up Tour, which kicks off on May 8.

"I'm definitely always trying to take the show in from different angles every night; that way, I can just get a different take and a different feel for it," Lynch tells ETOnline. "I'm definitely learning from Luke. He's on top of the country world for a reason."

The Tennessee native, who has headlined his own concerts as well as opened for artists like Keith Urban, used footage from shows that happened all over the country in the past year to make the "Hell of a Night" music video.

"I love having this as my first live video because it fits perfectly with "Hell of a Night" as a song -- it's that same energy and upbeat thing that we try to have," Lynch explains. "We bring a rockin' party every night, and that's what the song is about.

"It was important for us to show the world what the shows are like, too," he adds. "I still think there's a lot of people that know me for "Cowboys and Angels," which is a very country ballad, and I think it's a surprise when people show up to our show and it's as intense and high-octane as it is."

"Hell of a Night" is in the Top 30 and climbing, and you can download the single on iTunes. Find a complete list of all of Lynch's upcoming shows on his website.