Dierks Bentley Premieres New Music Video for ‘Gone,’ Channels ‘The Office,’ ‘Full House,’ and More

by Madison Miller
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On Thursday morning, country superstar Dierks Bentley released the music video for his single “Gone.” The eye-catching video features Bentley playing a number of different “characters” TV fans know and love.

If watching the video made you curious what each of them is, here’s a full breakdown of “Gone” and all of its wild personas.

The beginning scene is Bentley sitting on the bed in a motel room. Bentley is in tattered sweats and holds a beer.

He’s watching a scene of himself in a black and white romance film. The romance turns sour when the girl leaves him, causing Dierks to say cheers to his other ego.

He then is dressed to look like a character from “Full House,” the famous ’90s sitcom. The scene is complete with big bold font and a suburban house in the background. Bentley hilariously hits fans with that stereotypical thumbs up from the intro.

Over the course of the video, Bentley plays an unreliable chef, gets blown up, gets slapped, and gets into a car chase. And, most notably, he plays a mighty good Dwight from “The Office.”

He can even fight dragons and have a cowboy stand-off. Seemingly, Bentley tackles nearly every genre one could imagine.

Is a New Dierks Bentley Album Coming Soon?

Even though Dierks Bently is dropping a new video, fans shouldn’t expect a new album any time soon. Earlier this year, he spoke out about the reasoning behind making fans wait for another album.

“I just put an album out with the Hot Country Knights, and it was just a big — nothing even happened. We didn’t get to do anything … The whole taking it on the road, the whole process of releasing the album … the work, the excitement, the fun of doing that, just — poof, nothing,” Bentley said, according to Taste of Country.

“The idea of doing that again? That doesn’t make me very excited at all,” Bentley admits. “I’d rather wait until we can actually go out there and do the work and see the people and have fun and do it the way it’s supposed to be done.”

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