Nicole Hocking shared that she and her husband Luke Combs have gotten closer through their time off, spending basically everyday together, further solidifying their perfect for each other.
“We have spent so much time together just this past year,” Hocking told Nashville Lifestyles. “In the beginning of our relationship we really didn’t get to do that. I worked a full-time job, and he was on the road full-time. I’d see him maybe twice a week. The year before we got married and then of course, this year, we got to spend basically every day together. It’s solidified that, obviously we’re great together. And we can make it through a lot.”
In addition to forming a stronger bond, Combs’ wife also shared that they want to start a family. During their time off the couple adopted a rescue dog named JoJo and a few chickens.
“Obviously, we want to start a family,” Nicole said. “So, whenever the good Lord decides to let us do that, that would be fabulous. But who knows? We’re truly taking it day by day at this point.”
“We’re winging it,” Combs added. “For now we’re just trying to figure out what we’re having for dinner tonight.”
Combs’ new single “Forever After All” impacts country radio on March 8. The heart-melting track is the third single of a three-part trilogy about his wife Nicole Hocking Combs as the singer previously shared, “first came ‘Beautiful Crazy,’ then “Better Together,’ and now ‘Forever After All.”
“They say nothin’ lasts forever/ But they ain’t seen us together/ Or the way the moonlight dances in your eyes/ And I know there’ll be that moment/ The good Lord calls one of us home and/ The one won’t have the other by their side/ But heaven knows that that won’t last too long/ Maybe some things last forever after all,” Combs sings in the chorus.
“Forever After All” is one of the five new tracks that appear on the deluxe edition of Combs’ chart-topping 2019 album, What You See Is What You Get, dubbed What You See Ain’t Always What You Get. The deluxe project also features “Cold As You,” “The Other Guy,” “My Kinda Folk,” “Without You” and the 18-tracks that originally appeared on the album.
The track follows his tenth consecutive No.1 single, “Better Together.”