Stuck in Daytona Beach, Luke Combs’ ‘Growin’ Up and Gettin’ Old’ sprung at the right moment. The chart-topping country crooner used his free time to create new music. This is where the said song started and currently a work in progress.
The COVID-19 pandemic didn’t stop him from playing a live show, but he got stranded in the process. It was because of the weather that made Combs stay at Florida’s Atlantic Coast. He’s working on ‘Growin’ Up and Gettin’ Old’ with Channing Wilson and Rob Snyder, fellow singer-songwriters.
He shared what can pass off as a song excerpt as he only shared verse 1 and the chorus. The upcoming song is about the perspective of a party-goer during adulthood in a sober state. It also narrates how even though adulthood is at its peak, he can still party hard when the occasion arises.
Since it was being made during the pandemic, ‘Growin’ Up and Gettin’ Old’ gives off a notion that staying at home is the best thing now that we need to social distance.
Combs took to Twitter and shared a sneak peek of his new song. The country singer has a custom-painted guitar gifted to him by Chip Wile, president of Daytona International Speedway. Artist Bill Patterson illustrated the gorgeous ax.
If you don’t know Luke Combs, then you might be new to country music. He started his career in February 2014 with his first EP, The Way She Rides. The singer’s career took off back in 2016 with his single ‘Hurricane,’ which sold 15,000 copies in its first week. Moreover, he won for the first time in the 2018 iHeartRadio Music Awards as the New Country Artist of the Year. ‘Growin’ Up and Gettin’ Old’ will be his latest single country music lovers should watch out for.
Click below to see his teaser.
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