Luke Combs Shares Never-Before-Seen Wedding Footage In ‘Forever After All’ Music Video

“I definitely got choked up watching it,” he shares.


Lauren Jo Black

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May 3, 2021

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Luke Combs, Nicole Hocking

Luke Combs’ new music video is here and it’s a total tear-jerker. 

The superstar recently debuted his “Forever After All” music video featuring never-before-seen footage from his wedding and relationship with Nicole Hocking. 

Produced by TA Films, the emotional clip brings Combs and Hocking’s fairytale love story to life, but with a twist. The storyline of the video is told through scenes of an elderly man who is looking back on his life with his granddaughter by his side. As they flip through a photo album filled with memories of Luke and Nicole’s relationship, the young girl asks him, “Grandpa, are fairy tales real?”

“All of my music videos mean a lot to me, but this one is super special since it features a lot of footage from Nicole’s and my wedding,” Combs shared upon the release of the video. “That was the best day of my life and I’m super lucky to be married to my best friend. I definitely got choked up watching it, and it will be something we hold on to and always cherish.”

“Forever After All” was written in honor of Nicole and is the third song in a series of hits dedicated to his longtime love.

“1st came ‘Beautiful Crazy,’ then ‘Better Together,’ and now ‘Forever After All,’” the reigning CMA Male Vocalist of the Year previously shared.

The tender love song is one of five new tracks featured on Combs’ deluxe album, What You See Ain’t Always What You Getwhich is an expansion upon the superstar’s 2019 album, What You See Is What You Get. Upon its release, “Forever After All debuted at No.2 on the all-genre Billboard Hot 100 chart—the highest entrance ever for a male country solo artist.

The song follows Combs’ 10th consecutive No.1, “Better Together.” 

Click above to watch the “Forever After All” music video. 

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