Dierks Bentley has had a great year in 2018. He released The Mountain in June and watched it hit the top of the Billboard country music charts and third on the Billboard 200. The album also included the number one hit song "Woman, Amen."
Now, Bently has released the new music video for the second single from The Mountain titled "Burning Man." The song is a collaboration with Brothers Osborne and has already climbed to 20th on the country charts, with the video promising to help it move up even more.
The music video is a very impressive one, directed by longtime collaborator Wes Edwards and taking place at the Salton Sea in California, right on the San Andreas Fault line. According to the band, the music video for "Burning Man" was shot over the summer in the July heat.
The band claims there were heat strokes by crew members, cars that got stuck in the sand and the band needed a rattlesnake wrangler on hand at all times. However, what resulted was a music video that really showcases the theme of the song.
Dierks Bentley was also on the road all summer with the Mountain High Tour and will wrap that up on Oct. 12 with a big show in San Diego and Oct. 13 with a concert at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles.