Combs is "Growin' Up" come June 24
Thursday, April 21, 2022
– Luke Combs will release "Growin' Up," his third album, on June 24, he revealed today.
Combs also released the colorful cover of the release, which features part of his face on the right side and a drawing of people sitting at a bar with ice cold beer behind them.
"Excited to share the album cover with y'all!," Combs said today via Instagram. "Title of the album is Growin' Up and will have 12 songs. Can't wait for y'all to hear the full thing on June 24, but new song "Tomorrow Me" will be out...tomorrow!"
The release is the follow-up to "What You See Ain't Always What You Get (Deluxe Edition)." Since then, Combs has intermittently released songs. His current song is "Doin' This," about pursuing his love of music.
The North Carolina native's last 13 singles all have gone top five.
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