Luke Combs Teases New Song ‘Forever After All’ Inspired By Wife, Nicole
Luke Combs just shared a snippet of a new song, “Forever After All,” and fans are going crazy for it….
Luke Combs; Photo by Carmen Mandato/Getty Images
Luke Combs just shared a snippet of a new song, “Forever After All,” and fans are going crazy for it.
The superstar released a short clip of the song on TikTok and it’s apparent that it was inspired by his bride, Nicole.
“1st came ‘Beautiful Crazy,’ then ‘Better Together,’ and now ‘Forever After All,’” Combs captioned the clip, referencing previously released songs that were inspired by Nicole.
After releasing the snippet late Thursday evening, Combs’ fans flocked to social media begging him to release the full song.
On Friday morning, Twitter was a-buzz with fans talking about the song. Combs himself even got in on the fun, liking several of fans’ posts.
Click below for a sneak peek of “Forever After All.”
@lukecombs1st came Beautiful Crazy, then Better Together, and now Forever After All. ##ForeverAfterAll ##ItStartsOnTikTok ##WriteTheLyrics♬ Forever After All – lukecombs
The teaser comes just 10 days after the announcement of Combs’ forthcoming deluxe album, What You See Ain’t Always What You Get. Out October 23, the project includes the 18 original tracks off What You See Is What You Get as well as five brand new songs.
Could “Forever After All” be featured on the project? Fans can only hope.
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