Dierks Bentley and Cole Swindell are having so much fun performing Swindell's "Flatliner" on tour together that they've decided to take the live performance to the screen for the song's official video.

The dramatic build up preluding the start of the song begins with clips of Swindell and Bentley walking to the stage, in between shots of the crowd cheering. The country stars show off their chemistry — and energy to match — as they enthusiastically sing the song while interacting with the crowd:

“Sippin’ on this 7-7, never been this close to heaven / Got her pretty turned up to 11 / Droppin’ ’em dead on the dance floor / Somebody better call a doctor / She’s a little heart stopper / I’m talkin’ breaker-breaker one-niner / She’s a flatliner."

The rest of the "Flatliner" video showcases the two stars performing the song live, which they've been doing while on the road for Bentley's headlining 2017 What the Hell Tour that features Swindell as one of the opening acts, along with Jon Pardi. Bentley and crew will continue on tour all summer.

In between entertaining crowds across the U.S., Bentley is gearing up to host the 2017 ACM Awards with Luke Bryan for the second year in the row. He's also up for three of the night's awards including Male Vocalist of the Year, Album of the Year for Black and Vocal Event of the Year for his collaboration with Elle King on "Different for Girls." The ACM Awards air live from Las Vegas on Sunday (April 2) at 8PM ET.

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