Luke Combs previewed his forthcoming third album with an emotion-filled unreleased new song called “See Me Now.”
On Thursday (Mar. 25) evening, the country superstar shared a clip of him singing the new unreleased track, while playing acoustic guitar.
“Y’all wanted an album 3 preview, so here’s a little sneak peek. This one’s called “See Me Now,” Combs captioned the clip.
“You walked in pulled up a chair in the kitchen / poured a little something for some sippin’ and said tell me ’bout all the things that I’ve been missin’ / we’d be trashing the price of gas and politicians / put a hurtin’ on that old Gibson / and I could tell you about all the life I’ve been livin’ / I’d like to think you’d be the proudest guy in town / If I could see you, see me now,” Combs sings during the chorus of the unreleased track.
“See Me Now” was co-written by Combs alongside Ray Fulcher, James McNair and Kenton Bryant.
Combs is currently working on his third studio album and teased fans in a recent social media post.
The “Forever After All” singer shared in a tweet on Monday, March 22, that “album 3 is gonna be real good” and it has everyone’s excitement levels rising for the country star’s new project.
Album 3 is gonna be real good.
— Luke Combs 🎤 (@lukecombs) March 22, 2021
The country superstar previously revealed on his 31st Birthday, that he was beginning work on album three. He started working on the album on March 3.
Thanks for all the birthday wishes today y’all! Means a lot. Already had an awesome day. Starting record 3 tomorrow.
— Luke Combs 🎤 (@lukecombs) March 2, 2021
In a video message to fans back in early February, the singer also revealed that a bluegrass album that he has been working on has been “put on pause” as “album three is up next.” “I’m officially kind of gearing up for my next full album,” he previously shared in the February video clip.
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.