James Barker Band Collaborates with Dierks Bentley On “New Old Trucks”
James Barker Band collaborates with Dierks Bentley on “New Old Trucks” out today, October 8th, on all streaming platforms. Learn more about the brand new track below.
Back in May, Platinum-selling Canadian group, James Barker Band landed their deal with Sony Music Nashville/Villa 40. The foursome have become ones to look out for here in the American country music landscape. Clearly artists and fans alike have taken notice. Today, the group released a new song with Dierks Bentley called “New Old Trucks.”
The collaboration between the band and Bentley flows effortlessly. Their seamless transition from one voice to another is both enticing and alluring. “New Old Trucks” is a song that screams nostalgia. There is nothing like singing about a truck that has been with you through it all.
“Never gonna find a new one like this // ‘Cause’ they ain’t making new old trucks // Can’t fake the fade or the rocker panel rust // Dent from a fence post I didn’t see coming // Scratch on the hood from her Levi buttons // Daddy hadda pull the first 100K // I drove the rest, wouldn’t sell or trade // That amount of miles or memories for a 1000 bucks because they ain’t making new old trucks”
The jam is one of those songs we are all going to relate to because of our own experience with irreplaceable and sentimental items in our lives. The clever wordplay that JBB and Bentley weave throughout the song is another layer that makes it special. Congrats to them on a great collab!
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