Luke Combs Reveals Which Song Will Drop Next From Upcoming 18-Track Album

By Kelly Fisher

January 25, 2023

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Luke Combs announced that he’s kicking off the weekend by releasing a new songs as fans eagerly await the award-winning singer-songwriter’s 18-track album. Combs shared a powerful, acoustic rendition of “Growin’ Up and Gettin’ Old,” revealing that the coming-of-age anthem will make its official debut on Friday (January 27).

Combs has previously teased the unreleased song on his social media channels, stirring anticipation for his new music: “It's when you start thinkin' how much time left you got / If there's more sand, in the bottom or the top / 'Cause that hourglass we have don't last forever / I've been thinkin' 'bout it more and more these days / It's like the less you have the faster that it goes / In the middle of growin' up and gettin old.”

“Growin’ Up and Gettin’ Old” is one of several unreleased songs Combs has shared on his social media channels lately, including “Love You Anyway,” “Tattoo On A Sunburn,” and the highly-requested “Five Leaf Clover.” Some fans still couldn’t resist begging for “Five Leaf Clover” in the comments: “I think you misspelt five leaf clover,” “Where’s Five Leaf Clover?!?,” “How bout Five Leaf Clover!?,” “It’s not Five Leaf Clover but it will do!,” and “This isn’t 5 leaf clover !!!!!!,” to name a few.

Combs, the reigning iHeartRadio Music Awards Country Artist of the Year, announced earlier this month that he would follow Growin’ Up, his award-winning 12-track album that released in summer 2022, with a collection of “18 new, unreleased songs,” just in time for his massive world tour. Combs will span three continents with stops in 16 countries, with special guests Riley GreenLainey WilsonFlatland CavalryBrent CobbCody Johnson and Lane Pittman on select dates. the new album is set to release on March 24. Listen to Combs’ rendition of “Growin’ Up and Gettin’ Old” here:

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