It was a banner week for new music videos in the country world, including a couple of video treatments that pay homage to the start of football season! Read on to check out all the latest releases.

Dierks Bentley Feat. Brothers Osborne, “Burning Man”:

When Dierks Bentley recruited Brothers Osborne to contribute to his track “Burning Man,” the duo was all in right away. “I texted them up and they immediately texted back, like within two minutes," he tells Esquire. However, no one knew that shooting the music video would feel so close to the song's title -- emphasis on "burning." They shot it an hour outside of Palm Springs, Calif. in the desert, and Bentley recalls, “It was crazy hot. I’m from Arizona, and this was hot. I felt bad for everyone involved.”

Once the sun went down and the temperature cooled, Bentley says the video's set took on a completely different energy. “We went absolutely crazy. It felt so good—we had the music cranking, we were in the middle of nowhere and the stars were coming out. The fun we were having was true to a fault, we didn’t have to fake that at all.” Frequent collaborator Wes Edwards directed the video. In addition to the desert footage, there's also quite a bit from Bentley's touring archives. “I wanted it to be about my own journey in music,” he says. “How many nights I’ve been on stage and the years I’ve put into this—who I am.” -- CV

Jon Pardi, "Night Shift":

For this hard-driving country song, Jon Pardi put his own spin on a classic night out in downtown Nashville, riding into town in a semi before swapping shifts with another trucker and keeping the party going on the back of a vehicle's trailer. An avid college football fan, Pardi debuted the music video on ESPN on Thursday evening (Oct. 11.) "Football fans are big country fans, and they are the ones coming out to shows and standing out in the rain, crowd surfing or just waiting to get into the concert to have fun!" Pardi explains in a press release. -- CL

Margo Price, “Leftovers”:

Once you watch Margo Price's “Leftovers” music video, you may have some outfit envy. Or, maybe you might have just plain life envy, because it's clear Price had a blast shooting the psychedelia-infused video inside a retro mirrored studio constructed by director Casey Pierce. “I had so much fun working with Casey Pierce on this project," she says in a press release. "I really got to cut loose during the filming, I smoked a joint and started crawling around on the floor inside the room of mirrors." So, there's that. (Price has teamed up with Willie Nelson to develop her own strain of marijuana.)

And then, the clothing. Price says, "I brought some of my loudest/most obnoxious outfits and did a lot of costume changes to keep things bright and colorful. In the video, I'm wearing a sequin jumper that my friend Elizabeth NeSmith made me, a red rhinestone Nudie-style suit made by Ashlyn Evans, a white fringe Elvis-inspired number by Wallflower San Fran, and a black suit made by the legendary Manuel." -- CV

Walker Hayes, "'90s Country":

For the video treatment of his fun-loving, '90s-country-song-namechecking new track, "'90s Country," Walker Hayes takes to the water. In the summery new video, the country singer performs on a boat, taking breaks to catch a little water skiing. Hayes premiered the video via a YouTube livestream event, allowing fans to get the first taste of the new release.  "From the moment we shot the first scene to the moment my team showed me the video, I have been itching for the world to see it," Hayes explains in a press release. "The way we're doing this premiere is different, and I'm excited that my fans get to be part of the premiere both in person and at home through the livestream." -- CL

RaeLynn, "Tailgate":

RaeLynn's music video for her catchy song "Tailgate" comes just in time for fall weather--tailgating season--but her type of tailgating (in a red F-150) is a little different from beers and barbecue. As the lyrics state, "But if that tailgate ever tells, I'll be the small talk of the town / I'm sure I'd catch all kinds of hell for every time we laid it down." The video, directed by P. Tracy, features RaeLynn dancing in the bed of a tailgate with cameos by Cassadee Pope (and dog!), Lindsay Ell, Cale Dodds and Hayley Orrantia.

RaeLynn says the song is personal--and says in a press release, "It comes from a real place because I’ve been driving the same truck since I was 18 years old. The first car that I ever owned was a Ford F-150 and I got to thinking about all the trouble I’d have been in with Mama and Dad if that truck ever told a secret on me. I think everyone remembers that first car or truck and all the secrets it kept for them growing up." -- CV

Cody Johnson, "On My Way to You":

The music video for Cody Johnson's "On My Way to You" was driven by Johnson's wife, who inspired the song. "For the video, I actually let my beautiful wife Brandi make all those decisions. She had a great vision on the look, the feel, the producer, etc. She did a great job!” The video shows footage of a couple at different stages of their relationship, flashing backward from a front porch later in life to the moment they first met, and then back to present day in the same honky tonk. It all ties in at the end when Johnson's wife joins him on the front porch with a couple bottles of beer. -- LS

Seth Ennis feat. Little Big Town, "Call Your Mama":

Inspired by his life as the son of a retired Air Force pilot father, the video for Seth Ennis' moving collaboration with Little Big Town, "Call Your Mama," is as touching as the lyrics that Ennis penned. Watching a boy grow from childhood to early adulthood, the video features Ennis' own mother and Alex Hopkins (Lauren Alaina's fiancee), who says the project was an honor, in the starring roles. “I was very mindful about the concept and wanted a powerful story behind this video,”  Ennis says in a press release. “I wanted something as moving and emotionally charged as all of the incredible messages fans have sent to me since the release of the song. Personally having been raised in a military family, this idea felt perfect to visually represent everything the song represents.” The video ends with a military funeral, but not for the one you'd expect. --LS

Cale Dodds, "What We Gonna Do About It":

An unexpected ode to the elderly, the new video for Cale Dodds song "What We Gonna Do About It?" follows a crew of orderlies at a retirement home as they mop floors and unplug toilets, waiting impatiently for a chance to perform that night. The guys escape their daily chores and end up rocking the house at the open mic event, which is also takes place at the retirement center. "I just remember, as a '90s kid growing up, all the videos that I loved made me laugh, made me want to watch 'em again." Dodds tells Taste of Country. "I like to think that this song and this video are coming at a time when our country needs a good laugh and a feel-good song." -- LS