Dierks Bentley is going back to basics with his latest single.
The music video for "Say You Do," off his CMA nominated album Riser, hit the web on Monday and only ETonline has a behind the scenes look. Watch the country crooner learn to ride a vintage motorcycle and fly a plane in the video above.
"I think it's pretty evident there is a hardcore yearning going on in this song, and personally, it's something I've experienced in the worst ways in pas relationships," said Bentley. "The song is about wanting something so badly even if it's not good for you, just wanting that love back, which is something I think everyone can relate to at some point in their life."
"Say You Do" is Bentley's third single off Riser, following the hits "I Hold On" and "Drunk On a Plane."
"Today is all about tryin' to capture the loneliness, the yearning, the conflict of the song," said director Wes Edwards. What do you think -- did they nail the video? See the finished product below.
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