Once the 42-year-old heard the track, he immediately connected with the lyrics. “I’ve never heard a song communicated like this in country music before. I love Brothers Osborne both as musicians and people and I knew they would connect to the song like I did," Bentley told People.
According to People, the "Burning Man" music video will share the inspiring story of a Bentley fan who suffered a heart attack at the age of 25.
"Burning Man" follows the release of the record's lead single, "Woman, Amen." The singer-songwriter's The Mountain drops June 8.
Dierks Bentley is currently out on the road for his 2018 Mountain High Tour with special guests Brothers Osborne and LANCO.