From an actual human baby to his latest album Growin’ Up, 2022 is all about producing for Luke Combs. He’s been hard at work in the lead-up to both the release of Growin’ Up and the birth of his son Tex. Now that release time has come, it’s time to revel in its arrival. “I’ve been working on this album on and off for two and a half years now. It was sort of a crazy process through what COVID brought, and what that meant for our touring life last year. It made me have to put a pause on this album for a second, but I’m just really stoked that it’s finally coming out,” Luke said in the weeks preceding the release.
Luke previewed Growin’ Up with the release of several songs earlier this year as singles. “Tomorrow Me” is a track where he saves problems occurring today for another time. “The Kind Of Love We Make” was also released earlier this year. It’s dedicated to the unique love he shares with his partner. Last year, he released the lead track “Doin’ This”, a song about the grind Luke had to undertake to get to where he is today while also noting how he performs for the love of music.
There are plenty of other standouts on Growin’ Up. Take note of his duet with Miranda Lambert in “Outrunnin’ Your Memory”. It hits differently than a typical Luke Combs track, owing to Miranda’s tenacious influence. There’s still lots more the Luke Combs fans have come to expect over the years. “Any Given Friday Night” rocks right out of the gate; it’s the pinnacle of party where Luke employs a grittier vocal than usual. “Better Back When” is retrospective of his younger days.
Luke Combs is thankful for the support fans have given him over the years. “I thought my team was crazy when they started talking about playing football stadiums, but to see them sell out just reminds me all of my success is happening because of my fans,” Luke says of the support. “It’s very humbling. I always knew I’d put in the work because I love what I do, but I still never expected anything like this, especially this fast. It honestly still doesn’t even really feel real.” Support him even more by giving Growin’ Up a stream below! Make sure to follow Luke Combs on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
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