Dierks Bentley's emotional new video will give you goose bumps. The country star released a video for the self-titled track off his new album, "The Mountain," which focuses on Daniel Foley, a runner who survived the Boston Marathon bombing back in 2013.
The video opens with Foley recounting the horror of that day and sharing his determination to run the race again the next year. The video then follows Foley and his family, with Foley himself sharing his thoughts on how he felt when he did indeed cross the finish line the next year.
Dierks' connection to the Boston Marathon isn't exactly a new thing. His wife, Cassidy, ran the race for the first time back in 2014 - and then again in 2017. While her first run was in solidarity with the runners coming to terms with the first anniversary since the attacks, her second was to raise money for Middle Tennessee's Safe Haven Family Shelter.
Check out the video below.
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