Luke Combs has been teasing fans for quite some time with little bits and piece of his upcoming yet-to-be announced third studio album.
Combs officially began working on his forthcoming project in early March 2021, which he announced on his 31st Birthday. And although he hasn’t shared an official release date for the album yet, he has been teasing fans with updates often on social media, including sharing songs that could potentially make the album. He’s shared songs such as “See Me Now,” “Ever Mine,” “We Still Drink Beer,” “Good Ol’ Days” and many more.
Combs’ upcoming new record will be the follow-up to his chart-topping, 2x Platinum 2019 album, What You See Is What You Get, and the 2020 deluxe edition of that dubbed, What You See Ain’t Always What You Get.
We’ve compiled a list of everything we know so far about Combs’ upcoming third studio album and songs that could possibly make the new album below.
Combs Says Album 3 Will Be “Real Good”
Combs shared a tweet on Monday, March 22, saying that “album 3 is gonna be real good.”
Spent Most Of His Time Off Writing New Songs For The Project
It’s A Full-Length Country Album
Combs previously shared that he was working on a bluegrass album, which he has put on hold to complete album 3, which is a full length country album.
Expected To Be Released This Fall
“I mean, I’m going into the studio one more time. We should be done.. by then I think we’re going in this month, I mean I guess it’s June now and so we’re going in this month to do some more stuff,” Combs told Bobby Bones. “Once we get all those sorted, I don’t fall probably, I would hope. I guess it all just depends on some strategy involved in that release date, but I think it’s probably fall I would hope.”
Below are a few unreleased songs that Combs has shared over the course of the last year or so that could end up making album 3. Which song(s) do you hope make the record?
“See Me Now”
“We Still Drink Beer”
“Growing Up & Getting Old”
“When It’s Raining”
“Used To Wish I Was”
“Sleepless In A Hotel Room”
“Good Ol’ Days”