Country star Dierks Bentley is reflecting on his music profession forward of his summer time tour.
With the discharge of his much-anticipated undertaking “Gravel & Gold,” Bentley defined how his tenth studio album ranges from bluegrass music tracks to conventional nation music.
“I’ve tried to change and grow … get better at what I’m doing. But, at the end of the day, I’m still the same guy I’ve always been. Making music that feels good to me,” Bentley informed People journal in an interview.
“I’ve got nothing to lose.”
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Fans will acknowledge among the melodies from his earlier hit songs “High Note” and “Old Pickup.”
Bentley admitted he enjoys going with the circulate of his music, and he by no means predetermines what the tip results of his album will sound like.
“I don’t know what the sound of a particular album is ever going to be,” Bentley informed the outlet.
“I don’t feel like I need to try to put it in words. I just live in that uncomfortable knife’s edge of uncertainty, which is not a fun place to be, but that’s really where anything good comes from.”
Despite his profitable profession, the 47-year-old musician expressed he’s all the time in search of methods to enhance his music whereas creating tracks he personally enjoys.
Once the coronavirus pandemic gripped the nation in 2020, Bentley discovered himself at a crossroads together with his skilled profession and private life.
“I was living in Colorado, and all I knew for sure is that I just wanted to stay there,” Bentley confessed.
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“I remember the song ‘Gone’ got pitched to me, and my wife … heard it, and she really loved it. So, I cut it, but I still was at this point that I wasn’t really thinking about music at all.”
The “Somewhere on a Beach” singer famous he needed to increase his keep in Colorado however his spouse and children needed to maneuver again (to Nashville). Bentley was proud of the choice because it impressed him to create his new album, “Gravel & Gold.”
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“‘Gold’ is really a song about how your frame of mind can change your perspective on something,” he added.
He wrote the hit single alongside Luke Dick, Ashley Gorley and Ross Copperman.
“Gravel can be gold if you look at it from the right perspective. That’s really where my headspace was.
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“But, actually, everything of the album all ties again to the music ‘Same Ol’ Me.’ … The additional you go, generally there you might be. This album is so much like my first document. It appears like a full-circle second in a manner.”
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Bentley will kick off his tour June 1 in Toronto, Canada, and conclude it Aug. 26 at Auburn, Washington.