Following an unforgettable evening at the 2020 ACM Awards, Luke Combs debuted his new single “Without You” on Friday, September 18. The country superstar dedicated the song to his fans (The Bootleggers), his parents and his wife Nicole Hocking Combs.
“This song is for my parents, my wonderful wife Nicole Hocking, and the best fans in the world. Without y’all, I’d be nothing,” Combs previously shared.
The song also features the talented Amanda Shires (The 400 Unit, The Highwomen) on the track playing violin. You can listen to the track below.
“When I’m up here on this stage / The spotlight’s on my face but I see you / sure it’s me behind this mic stand / it’s me strummin’ this Gibson / it’s me they love to give the credit to / Me don’t mean a thing without you,” Combs sings during the chorus.
The “Beer Never Broke My Heart” singer previously shared a live video of the song on his Instagram asking fans what they thought of the track. Earlier this year, He also performed the emotion-filled song on his Beer Never Broke My Heart Tour each night acoustically. You can see a performance clip of “Without You” below.
Combs’ is scheduled to release the deluxe edition of his chart-topping 2019 album, What You See Is What You Get, dubbed What You See Ain’t Always What You Get on October 23. The deluxe version of the album will include the album’s original 18-tracks as well as five brand new tracks including “Without You” and “Forever After All.” He is set to reveal the five brand new tracks later today (Sept. 18).
The superstar recently took home the ACM Award for his Album Of The Year with What You See Is What You Get, as well as Male Artist Of The Year at this year’s award ceremony in Nashville, TN. He also performed what he called his latest single “Better Together.”