Dierks Bentley and Elle King are playing a little he-said-she-said.
Access Hollywood has an exclusive first look at the country star’s new music video for his duet with the "Ex's & Oh's" singer, "Different For Girls."
The black-and-white clip, set to release wide on Thursday, features Dierks and Elle narrating an alternate universe in which women and men swap typical dating roles.
"I like how the song creates some dialogue about the different ways guys and girls deal with heartbreak," Dierks said in a statement, also praising director and frequent collaborator Wes Edwards. "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."
Elle accompanies Dierks with more than just vocals. The 27-year-old also plays banjo alongside her fellow Grammy nominee.
The video isn't the first time they've had on-camera practice together. The duo performed "Different For Girls" at the CMT Awards in June, and made their late-night debut on "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert" later that month.
"Different For Girls" is the second single off Dierks' new album "Black,"
out since May 27.
-- Erin Biglow