Luke Combs just unveiled additional details about his much-anticipated new studio album.
On Thursday morning, the reigning CMA Entertainer of the Year revealed that his new project will be titled Growin’ Up and that it will include 12 tracks.
The soon-to-be-father also shared the album art, which features an illustrated bar scene alongside half of his face. His hat showcases the album’s title and his name is written in what appears to be neon lights.
“Excited to share the album cover with y’all! Title of the album is Growin’ Up and will have 12 songs. Can’t wait for y’all to hear the full thing on June 24, but new song “Tomorrow Me” will be out…tomorrow,” the superstar shared.
Luke Combs Set To Release New Song “Tomorrow Me” On Friday, April 22
The North Carolina native is set to release “Tomorrow Me,” a track that he co-wrote alongside Ray Fulcher and Dean Dillon.
“Tomorrow Me ain’t gonna like the way things go tonight / if I let you in and think that it’ll be different thing time / so maybe we should let yesterday be / cause I got to live with Tomorrow Me,” Combs sings on the chorus.
Combs first announced the album release date earlier this month on Instagram.
“Excited to let y’all know my new album will be out June 24!” Combs wrote.
Growin’ Up will mark Combs’ third studio album overall, following This One’s For You and What You See Is What You Get. Both projects were later released as deluxe editions with additional tracks.
The album has been in the works for at least a year as Combs previously teased, “album 3 is gonna be real good” via Instagram in March of 2021.
Album 3 is gonna be real good.
— Luke Combs 🎤 (@lukecombs) March 22, 2021
The project is expected to include “Tomorrow Me” and his latest single, “Doin’ This,” which he dropped after his show-stopping CMA Awards performance in November of 2021.
Combs has previously shared several unreleased songs on social media, including “Ever Mine,” “Five Leaf Clover,” “We Still Drink Beer,” “Growing Up & Getting Old,” “Joe,” “Good Ol’ Days” and more, all of which fans are hoping will appear on the project.
Growin’ Up is available for preorder/pre-save now HERE.
Additionally, Combs is set to embark on his first-ever stadium tour later this year with support from Cody Johnson, Morgan Wade and Zach Bryan.
In November of 2022, the country hitmaker will launch his Canadian tour with special guests Riley Green and Chayce Beckham.