Luke Combs has officially released his quarantine anthem, “Six Feet Apart,” just weeks after debuting the song on his YouTube live stream. After receiving tons of fan compliments on the track and how beautiful the lyrics are, Combs decided to professionally record and release the song.
“I miss my mom, I miss my dad I miss the road / I miss my band Giving hugs and shaking hands It’s a mystery I suppose / Just how long this thing goes / But there’ll be crowds and there’ll be shows / And there will be light after dark / Some day when we aren’t six feet apart” Combs sings in the chorus.
The song comes at a perfect time during lots of uncertainty among the current global health crisis that is the novel coronavirus pandemic.
Listen to “Six Feet Apart” below:
Combs wrote “Six Feet Apart” alongside Brent Cobb and Rob Snyder on April 14, he said the song was about “the current times and us looking forward to the day all of this is over.”
Combs will continue his at-home concerts tonight at 7:00pm CT, this time partnering with Miller Lite to help support out-of-work bartenders nationwide. Fans can watch the performance via Luke’s Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube pages and donate to Miller Lite’s #VirtualTipJar campaign by visiting virtual-tips.org.