DIERKS BENTLEY GOES FOR MILE HIGH FLIGHT ATTENTION WITH NEW SINGLE
“DRUNK ON A PLANE” LANDING AT RADIO TODAY
“Nashville’s Freshest, Funniest Party Song” Is Second Release From Bentley's No. One Album RISER
"I have never been jilted at the altar, but I have had a marriage proposal rejected….all you can do is pray there's a good return policy for the ring, get drunk and carry on," laughed Bentley. "Whether I have the band with me on stage or it’s just me and my guitar, the fans love this song, and they catch on to the choruses immediately. It’s a fun song, but when you really listen, there’s also an underlying lonesomeness which is what makes it different that a lot of the other uptempo songs I’ve put out.”
“In the middle of his new album ‘Riser’ comes Nashville’s freshest, funniest party song of the past two years. His fiancé bailed and he had two weeks of vacation and nonrefundable tickets for the honeymoon, so he’s getting mile-high drunk en route to Cancun.” – Star Tribune
"Catchiest chorus Nashville has heard in a while." – Billboard
“He’s released his share of party-friendly hits, and his new album Riser does feature a song called ‘Drunk on a Plane.’ But Bentley has always been more nuanced and reflective than his fellow country bros, and Riser’s best moments are heartfelt and personal. Even ‘Drunk on a Plane’ is full of regret…” - Las Vegas Weekly
“Bentley’s often shown a sly sense of humor, and it surfaces on the entertaining ‘Drunk on a Plane,’ which manages to turn a poignant portrait of heartbreak into a party song.” – Associated Press
Country Weekly is giving fans a behind the scenes look at the making of “Drunk On A Plane” from the studio and on the road. To watch, click here.
“Drunk On A Plane” is the second single off Bentley’s No. one album RISER on Capitol Records Nashville, which has already seen its lead single “I Hold On” top the country radio charts, marking Bentley’s 11th career No. one as both an artist and songwriter. Next month, Bentley will kick off his headlining 2014 RISER TOUR on May 9 in Charlotte, NC.
For more information on new music and upcoming tour dates, visit www.dierks.com.
There were plenty of signs DOAP would be the next single. Radio has been playing it for weeks. And Dierks sent out a "Riser Air" kit for press flying in to Vegas for the ACM Awards festivities, complete with Mardi Gras beads, a Visa card for drinks to "fill up both our trays" and Advil:
Start requesting, congress! It already debuted on the Billboard chart at #60 and just landed at radio today!