Thursday, April 29, 2021 – Luke Combs' Platinum-certified single, "Forever After All," is out now on video.
Produced by TA Films, the video shares a look at Combs' relationship with his wife, Nicole, including footage from their wedding this past August.
Combs said, "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. 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."
The song was released in November and is part of the "What You See Ain't Always What You Get" deluxe collection.
Combs also performed the song during the 56th ACM Awards earlier this month.
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