In the new video for "Burning Man," Dierks Bentley and Brothers Osborne head to the California desert. Directed by Wes Edwards, the clip features pictures of Bentley from throughout his career interspersed with images of Bentley and Brothers Osborne overlooking California's Salton Sea and letting loose on the soul searching country-rocker.
Bentley said the music video shoot was challenging (and a little dangerous), but worth it to capture the essence and spirit of the song.
"This song is a personal reflection and it was important to me that you feel that with the video," Bentley said in a press release. "The Bros and I flew out to the desert in July to shoot this...several people on the crew had heat strokes, two cars got stuck in the sand and we had to have a rattlesnake wrangler with us at all times...but we got the shots!"
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Written by Luke Dick and Bobby Pinson, "Burning Man" is the latest release from Bentley's album The Mountain. The song is nominated for Vocal Event of the Year at the 2018 CMA awards. Bentley is also nominated for Male Vocalist of the Year and Album of the Year (for The Mountain).
Bentley's collaborators Brothers Osborne also received a CMA nomination for Vocal Duo of the Year.
Bentley is currently on his Mountain High Tour. In September, the "Woman, Amen" singer held his inaugural Seven Peaks Festival in Buena, Vista Colorado, featuring performances from Miranda Lambert, Brothers Osborne, LANCO and more.