Just when fans thought Luke Combs’ forthcoming new studio album couldn’t get any better, the superstar revealed that the record will feature a collaboration with the one and only Eric Church.
Combs revealed the news Thursday (Oct. 3) on Twitter, but did not share the song title. Instead, he shared a blanked out photo of the track list, only revealing Church’s name. Combs also teased that the full track list would become available next week.
Full track list coming y’all’s way this Mon., Oct. 7 at 7 PM ET! How about that feat. on track 13… pic.twitter.com/Ix5nazfqUg
— Luke Combs ? (@lukecombs) October 3, 2019
Though the track list in the photo is blanked out, it appears the Eric Church collaboration is on a song called “Does To Me.” It appears the song is one Combs co-wrote with frequent collaborator Ray Fulcher. According to Rolling Stone, Fulcher met Combs in 2014, just three days after moving to Nashville. The pair reportedly bonded over their love for Eric Church. So it appears they’ve come full circle with the upcoming release of “Does To Me.” Check out the video below for a clip of Fulcher performing the song.
Luke Combs’ new album, What You See Is What You Get, features a whopping 17 tracks, including five tracks previously released as part of Combs’ The Prequel EP.
The album, which is available for pre-order now, will be available everywhere November 8.