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1/13/17


Presenting the stunningly cinematic music video for Dierks Bentley's "Black" (Capitol Nashville)—the third single from his eighth studio album of the same name.

The clip was shot just outside of ReykjavíkIceland and was directed by frequent collaborator Wes Edwards ("5-1-5-0," "Tip It on Back," "Riser"). It features Bentley's real-life wife (whose surname happens to be—you guessed it— Black), which makes sense, considering that the ups and downs of their marriage are said to have served as the primary inspiration for the album.

Watch it now and bask in some truly awesome views.

DISCLAIMER:
If you partake in a certain leafy substance before viewing, you may find yourself saying "Wooooooooooahhh...." for a while. 

FYI, Black's lead single "Somewhere on a Beach" (now platinum) and the gold-certified "Different for Girls," which features Elle King, both went #1 at Country radio. "Black" is currently #27 and climbing.