Luke Combs teases acoustic video of unreleased song ‘Love You Whatever’, likely from forthcoming 18-track album

Luke combs do not miss.

He’s teasing an unreleased song called “Love You Whatever” today, which I imagine will be included in his Recently announced fourth studio album.

Although he hasn’t confirmed the album title yet, I have to imagine it could be called To become oldas the follow-up to his third career studio album, Grow up (“Growing Up and Gettin’ Old” is also the name of another of his other unreleased songs).

This record was released less than 7 months ago, but number 4 is already on the horizon, and the 18-song project is coming out on March 24th:

Luke hasn’t revealed many details about it just yet, but at least he gives us a taste of what’s to come in this new acoustic video for Love You Whatever.

As a co-writer of Luke along with Ray Fulcher and Reid Isbell, he actually posted a clip of it before, way back in 2020:

It’s a simple country song about experiencing heartbreak and real love, as he describes even if the pain of losing a relationship got him through hell, he’d do it again in a heartbeat:

“There are only some things that give a man no choice,
Like a compass needle that needs its true north
Even if I knew the day we met
You would be the reason this heart breaks
Oh, I would still love you”

While this one seems to be on hold for the last few projects, it might finally be time for us to get the full song on this new record…

“love you anyway”

And here are a few other unreleased songs he’s played in the past that hopefully made it into the final version…

“Growing Up and Growing Old”

“We still drink beer”

“See Me Now”

“When it rains”

“Tattoo on a Sunburn”

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