Combs readies "The Prequel"

Tuesday, May 21, 2019 – Luke Combs will release a five-song EP, "The Prequel," on June 7 via River House Artists/Columbia Nashville.

Combs helped write all five songs including lead single, "Beer Never Broke My Heart." The song has achieved 11 million streams, setting the record for the best first week of streaming ever for a country song

The EP is Combs' first release following his double platinum certified debut album, "This One's For You," which was released June 2, 2017 and has spent a total of 35 non-consecutive weeks at number one on the Billboard Country Albums chart

The track list is:
1. Beer Never Broke My Heart (written by Luke Combs, Randy Montana, Jonathan Singleton)
2. Refrigerator Door (written by Luke Combs, Jordan Brooker)
3. Even Though I'm Leaving (written by Luke Combs, Wyatt B. Durrette III, Ray Fulcher)
4. Lovin' On You (written by Luke Combs, Thomas Archer, Ray Fulcher, James McNair)
5. Moon Over Mexico (written by Luke Combs, Ray Fulcher, Dan Isbell, Jonathan Singleton)

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