Luke Combs Performs Another New Track, “Cold As You”

Cold As You

Luke Combs is a superstar in country music and can write songs about love, self-reflection, relationships, and more topics with the best of them. But there is one subject in which he masters; beer. Beers for break-ups, beers for nights at the honky-tonk; whatever the occasion, he can write a hit about it. Combs premiered an unreleased song titled “Cold As You” for his fans last month on social media. Watch it below:

“Cold As You” is a song about the type of bar that helps mend broken hearts. Combs paints the picture of the ambiance, like how “Whiskey River” is playing on the jukebox, how the bathrooms stalls are covered in phone numbers, but most importantly, how the beer they serve is almost as cold as the one who left them.

And plenty damn many when you want one more / This broke heart fool on an old barstool / drinking beer almost as cold as you

With all this downtime from touring, many artists have been writing new music and performing it on their social media pages. Combs is one artist who has been especially taking advantage of it.

Combs’ tour was slated to start his tour in September, with two dates at Madison Square Garden on November 30th and December 1st. It would be a shame if COVID-19 cancels those shows as well.

Don’t miss another new song from Combs by following him on InstagramFacebook, and Twitter.

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