Wednesday, August 25, 2021 – The official music video for Luke Combs' "Cold As You" is out now.
Directed by TA Films, the new video ties together storylines from Combs' past music videos.
Combs said, "The team at TA Films did an incredible job on this one. My team and I are always keeping the fans in mind with everything we do and the fact that we were able to implement so many 'easter eggs,' including characters from my past music videos, was really cool. I hope y'all enjoy it as much as we do."
"Cold As You" is the seventh single from Combs' number one deluxe album, "What You See Ain't Always What You Get," and is currently Top 20 at country radio. Combs recently achieved his eleventh-consecutive number one single, his 10th multi-week number one and his eighth-consecutive, multi-week number one with the Platinum-certified, "Forever After All."
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