Luke Combs is celebrating his southern roots with a rowdy unreleased observe which is assured to get you fired up.
The region superstar shared a movie clip on Monday (July 19), which functions as the formal hype video clip for Southeastern Meeting (SEC) Community. The tracks not only pays tribute to Combs’ Carolina roots but also gives nods to the SEC football groups, including the Florida Gators and then other individuals in just the lyric “Carolina, Florida, Tennessee, and Georgia, arrive and obtain us.”
When the clip may well be the official hoopla video clip for the SEC Network, we really hope the track will show up on Combs’ forthcoming 3rd studio album as it will immediately turn out to be the buzz soundtrack to Combs’ followers lives, especially all those in the South.
“Way down wherever the sunlight shines hotter / pet dogs on the porch / gators in the water / way down, down in Alabama / muddy Mississippi, swamp Louisiana / keep it in down from Texas to Missouri / from the Arkansas hollers and the grass in Kentucky / to the blue skies in Carolina / Florida, Tennessee and Georgia occur and obtain us,” Combs sings in the unreleased song’s chorus. “Got a little dirt highway dust functioning by way of our blood from the never ever heard-of-it hometown / received a can’t stop coronary heart and some choose it much too much / and a complete whole lot of in no way again down / ’cause we’re no question gonna set a small South On Ya.”
The online video ends with a reminder that “SEC soccer returns September 2nd.”
Listen to the rowdy unreleased tune beneath.
Moreover, Combs officially commenced operating on his forthcoming 3rd studio album in early March 2021, which he announced on his 31st Birthday. And though he hasn’t shared an formal release day for the album still, he has been teasing fans with updates usually on social media, which includes sharing songs that could possibly make the album. He’s shared tunes these types of as “Five Leaf Clover,” “See Me Now,” “Ever Mine,” “We Nevertheless Drink Beer,” “Good Ol’ Days” and lots of far more.
Combs’ approaching new undertaking will be the adhere to-up to his chart-topping, 2x Platinum 2019 album, What You See Is What You Get, and the 2020 deluxe version of that dubbed, What You See Ain’t Generally What You Get.
Although an formal launch date has not but been announced, the region superstar hopes to have it out by the Tumble of 2021.
“I necessarily mean, I’m heading into the studio a person more time. We really should be performed.. by then I assume we’re going in this month, I necessarily mean I guess it is June now and so we’re going in this thirty day period to do some a lot more things,” Combs earlier advised Bobby Bones. “Once we get all those sorted, I really do not drop almost certainly, I would hope. I guess it all just is dependent on some technique involved in that launch date, but I consider it is probably fall I would hope.”