Dierks Bentley’s “Burning Man,” Featuring Brothers Osborne, Takes a Look at a Little Bit of Everything

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Dierks Bentley enlisted the help of country's hottest new duo, Brothers Osborne, for his latest single "Burning Man," featured on his upcoming album The Mountain.

Dierks Bentley enlisted the help of country’s hottest new duo, Brothers Osborne, for his latest single “Burning Man,” featured on his upcoming album The Mountain.

The new ballad, featuring John Osborne on guitar, has Dierks singing about the different sides of people, where each one of us could at times be a little bit of everything. “I’m a little bit steady but still a little bit rollin’ stone,” Dierks croons. 

“I’ve never heard a song communicated like this in country music before,” Dierks tells People. “I love Brothers Osborne both as musicians and people and I knew they would connect to the song like I did. Performing it with them is certainly a highlight in the show for me. We all can’t wait to hear the crowd singing along with us.”

I’m a little bit steady but still little bit rollin’ stone / I’m a little bit heaven but still a little bit flesh and bone / Little found, little don’t know here I am / I’m a little bit holy water but still a little bit burning man / Burning man,” Dierks sings in the chorus joined by TJ Osborne.

Dierks is currently on the road for his Mountain High Tour with supporting acts Brothers Osborne and LANCO. His highly-anticipated album, The Mountain, is set to release on June 8.