Luke Combs Shares Sneak Peek Of Another Song On Highly-Anticipated Album


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One month away from releasing his long-awaited new album, Luke Combs is sharing a snippet of another one of the tracks. “Used To Wish I Was” is a country anthem that celebrates being “an old Carolina good old boy,” rather than anything else the singer used to wish he was. The teaser already has fans predicting a No. 1 song and eager to listen to the full collection, set to release on June 24.

Combs, 32, recently shared more details about his soon-to-release album, Growin’ Up. The award-winning country artist revealed the track list, a song that would release before the album, and which superstar singer teamed up with him for the only duet on the album. Earlier this month, Combs tweeted a mysterious question: “Have 1 duet on the new album. Can anyone guess with who?” The question prompted a flurry of guesses from Twitter users, and the track list confirmed that Combs’ duet partner is “Country Queen” Miranda Lambert, who recently made Time’s list of 100 most influential people in 2022. On the track list, fans will also recognize “Doin’ This,” “Tomorrow Me,” “Middle Of Somewhere” (which inspired the name of Combs’ upcoming tour) and “The Kind of Love We Make,” which will release on June 17. See the full track list below:

  1. Doin’ This
  2. Any Given Friday Night
  3. The Kind Of Love We Make
  4. On The Other Line
  5. Outrunnin’ Your Memory (with Miranda Lambert)
  6. Used To Wish I Was
  7. Better Back When
  8. Tomorrow Me
  9. Ain’t Far From It
  10. Call Me
  11. Middle Of Somewhere
  12. Going, Going, Gone

Listen to Combs’ latest teaser here:


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