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Filmed in a seaside fishing village in Puerto Moreles, Mexico, it continues the story of one of the passengers from "Drunk on a Plane" (which Edwards also directed), played by Josh Schuber.
It begins as the plane from "Drunk" lands, and Josh is seen getting off (still with his neck pillow on) and meeting a sexy girl at a bar after drinking, then waking up the next morning intoxicated and unaware of what happened the previous day.
The song has been compared to Bentley's previous hits "Drunk on a Plane" (2014) and "How Am I Doin'" (2004).
The website, Taste of Country, gave the song a positive review, saying it is "fair to call the soulful country-blues song a sequel to “Drunk On a Plane”: "Somewhere on a Beach" details what happens once that plane lands".
Here he opens up about his about the story behind his unusual (but awesome) name, how he knew his wife was The One, and pushing past the pain of his father's passing. He was recently nominated for two CMT Music Awards (and performed at CMT Fest on June 11 in Nashville)—Dierks' star will only continue to rise—as will our appreciation for him. Hey, if someone is crushing on me and it brings them out to the show, so be it! Dierks: Well, first, she loves Glamour: Aww, I love that. I told her that his first name was actually going to be his first name!
Glamour: I'm pretty sure every female is crushing on you right now. Here he opens up about his about the story behind his unusual (but awesome) name, how he knew his wife was The One, and pushing past the pain of his father's passing. That's how normal people do it, so I don't know why she did it that way!
Glamour: I'm pretty sure every female is crushing on you right now. People wonder if Dierks is a stage name.] I've seen it spelled and pronounced wrong so many times.
The accompanying music video for the song was directed by Wes Edwards.
"Somewhere on a Beach" reached number one on the U. Billboard Country Airplay chart, giving Bentley his fourteenth number-one hit on the U. The song was certified Platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), denoting sales of over one million units in the United States.
Its chart success in Canada was similarly received, as it peaked at number one on the Country chart and number 59 on the Canadian Hot 100.
The final scene shows him throwing a bottle of pills into a campfire at night, with her by his side.
Dierks is seen performing the song in 3 locations throughout: at a seaside bar, in an alleyway at night with 2 of his band members, and at a concert.