Dustin Lynch is bringing the heat in his latest music video--literally.
The country stud's official video trailer for "Momma's House" shows what looks like an entire neighborhood--everything from mailboxes to the local watering hole--going up in flames.
"It was really the first music video where we built sets because we had to burn them," Lynch tells ET. "It was a crazy fun day of just walking into these different buildings that we had built specifically, like the bar scene...This was strictly a bar built to be burnt down.
It was kind of cool to be a part of." He adds that shooting a fire-filled video came with its fair share of risk. "Everybody was in ventilators except myself and the director. It was crazy just having a camera crew with oxygen masks on filming us in this blaze," he said. "There was a flare-up on my face in one of the bar scenes there and I ran out and then I guess Mason, my director, realized what had happened and he's like, and that's a wrap!"
The full "Momma's House" video will debut this coming Wednesday at 10 a.m. CT on Lynch's YouTube channel. "Momma's House" is the latest single off Lynch's January LP, Tullahoma.