Dierks Bentley just rolled out his new video for “Home” online at VEVO. The video, directed by Robert Deaton and George Flanigen, features Dierks performing in a field of corn at night while fireworks light the sky. Iconic, patriotic shots of America are weaved throughout the clip.
“Home means so many things to so many different people,” says Bentley. ”For my Dad, who fought in World War II, it means one thing and for my daughter, it means something as simple as playing in the park with her friends. For this video, we wanted to incorporate iconic images of America, but also capture the spirit of our country and the things that make it great.”
Watch the video here:
“Home” is the latest single off his sixth Capitol Nashville studio project that is slated for release in early 2012. This project has already scored one No. 1 hit “Am I The Only One.”
In related Dierks Bentley news, he was at the head of the pack for his 6th Annual Miles and Music charity ride and concert in Nashville this past Sunday, Oct. 16th. Dierks was joined by special guests Charles Kelley from Lady Antebellum, Kevin Fowler, Craig Campbell, Bucky Covington, Colt Ford, Josh Thompson and others. Proceeds from this event are going toward the Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt, a Children’s Miracle Network Hospital. In the last six years, the event has raised $1.6 million for children’s hospitals in Nashville, Phoenix, Dallas-Fort Worth, Atlanta, Seattle and Columbus.