Luke Combs Sneaks Out New Song From His Next Album
The man who apparently can't keep a Christmas present a secret has uploaded a sneak peek at one of the new songs on his third album. At the beginning of the month during an interview, Combs let it slip that he was already working on his newest album as of March 3. Not only is he working on this album, but it's also been revealed he is working on a full-on Bluegrass album at the same time.
The third album doesn't have a title yet, but it's going to have some big shoes to fill. Combs went double platinum in 2019 and 2020 with the double albums of What You See is What You Get and What You See Ain't Always What You Get. He's got singles on top of singles climbing charts as well, with his tenth number one hit being Better Together as Forever After All is beginning to do the same as it hit radio play at the beginning of the month.
Just like his last albums, Combs spoils his fans with previews and performances of his upcoming songs. His newest one is no exception. Combs sits down with his guitar to show off a song on this new album called See Me Now. The song was co-written with Ray Fulcher, James McNair, and Kenton Bryant, all veterans of songwriting with Combs. It talks about what we can assume is a parent or family member no longer with us as Combs describes his life after their passing and how proud they might be if they were still around. It'll tug at your heart, that's for sure.