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Bentley finds himself "Somewhere On a Beach"

Tuesday, January 19, 2016 – >Dierks Bentley released the lead single from his upcoming disc, "Black," today, "Somewhere On A Beach."

Bentley also announced today that the U.S. leg of his 2016 Somewhere on a Beach Tour will begin on May 12 in Holmdel, N.J. at the PNC Bank Arts Center with Randy Houser and special guest Cam.

"This album is about all phases of a relationship, including the breakups," said Bentley. "'Beach' is a pretty blunt take on that wild rebound we've all had or maybe imagined having. The carefree attitude is exactly the spirit we wanted to bring out on the road this year. I've toured with Randy before, and he's just a great dude - on stage and backstage. And I've gotten to know Cam a little over the last year, and she's fun as hell too and so talented. It's going to be a big summer for sure."

No release date was announced for "Black." Bentley's first performance of the new single is on The Ellen DeGeneres Show today. The song clocks in at 3:20 minutes.

Tour cities are:
Dublin, Ireland
London
Manchester, England
Glasgow, Scotland
Holmdel, N.J.
Pittsburgh
Philadelphia
Cleveland
Chicago
Detroit
Baton Rouge, LA
Bangor, Maine
Hartford, Conn.
Boston
Oshkosh, Wisc.
Cadott, Wisc.
Walker, Minn.
Columbus, Ohio
Manhattan, Kansas
North Platte, Neb.
Fort Loramie, Ohio
Charlotte
Atlanta
Tampa
Raleigh, N.C.
Bristow, VA
Virginia Beach, VA
Cameras, Alberta, Canada
Duncan, British Columbia, Canada
Oro-Mendonte, Ontario, Canada
Syracuse, N.Y.
St. Louis
Indianapolis
Dallas
Houston
Mountain View, Cal.
Irvine, Cal
San Diego
Eugene, Ore,
Boise, Idaho
Salt Lake City, Utah


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