Luke Combs reminisces on the story behind a tattoo and a former flame in an unreleased song that he posted on his social media channels. The award-winning country giant shared snippets of “Tattoo On A Sunburn,” seemingly hinting that he’d debut the full version soon: “Y’all want me to release this one?”
Of course, Combs’ social media followers gushed over the song and were eager to hear the whole thing. Many of them dropped comments: “Like a said before.. LUKE DONT MISS EVER! ⚡️🔥,” “Try to make a bad song challenge: impossible,” “how does he create hit singles every single time!,” and “RELEASE IT LUKE 🗣️🗣️🗣️,” to name a few.
Some of the “Going, Going, Gone” artist’s longtime fans, however, put in an additional request… They wanted to hear the full version of “Tattoo On A Sunburn,” though they also begged Combs for another unreleased track, “5 Leaf Clover.” Some commenters said, “Yes but release 5 leaf clover first! Where is that one at??? 🔥,” “LUKE WE NEED FIVE LEAF CLOVER,” “must release this asap! and five leaf clover!!! thanks for blessing my ears🥰🥰,” “What about 5 leaf clover 🥺,” and “If you don’t release this and 5 leaf clover, I ain’t ever listening to you again… actually there ain’t no way I could do that but still…😂,” among others.
Combs’ latest release is Growin’ Up, his 12-track album that debuted in June, days after Combs and his wife, Nicole, welcomed their firstborn child, son Tex Lawrence Combs. The project included smash-hit anthems like “Doin’ This,” “The Kind Of Love We Make,” “Tomorrow Me,” and other fan-favorites. Combs said when Growin’ Up released: “It has been such a long time in the making: So many hours spent in the studio, in the writing room, trying to get these things perfect and trying to get it out to you. I’m so glad that you guys are finally getting to hear these things, and I’m really, really looking forward to hearing what you guys think about these things… a lot more music coming soon. Love y’all.
Combs didn’t hint when he might release “Tattoo On A Sunburn” (or any other unreleased song) as of publication time on Monday (December 12). Listen to a snippet of it here: