Bentley debuts "Different for Girls" video
Tuesday, July 19, 2016
– Dierks Bentley debuts the video for his new single, "Different For Girls," with Elle King on Wednesday on TODAY and Access Hollywood.
TODAY host Dylan Dreyer will sit-down with the collaborators on the Brooklyn set as they share a behind the scenes look with fans at the making of the video, which was directed by Wes Edwards.
"I like how the song creates some dialogue about the different ways guys and girls deal with heartbreak," said Bentley. "The video shows both sides of the stereotype and in the end, the 'girl' is the one who works through it and is able to move on. Wes and I have made a lot of videos together, and he always nails it."
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