With "Drunk On A Plane" becoming the biggest hit Dierks Bentley's had since perhaps his debut single "What Was I Thinkin'," the singer is looking to make Riser's third single an equally bigger hit. Written by Shane McAnally with Old Dominion's Matthew Ramsey and Trevor Rosen, "Say You Do" is the kind of mid-tempo song country radio should eat up.
The song's production (by Ross Copperman) features light mandolins and is mostly acoustic-based instead of rock n' roll guitars. "Say You Do" has a story that's not different from "Tomorrow," a song about the ending of a relationship and the need for just one more night in that relationship, a way to play it off for just one more night. The way this one's presented feels like what might hear if U2 ever "went country" in approach of melodies and harmonies.
Above is the music video for the single. We'd love to know what you think of this track.