Luke Combs’ new album ‘Fathers & Sons’ will be released next week

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Luke Combs will release a new album titled “Fathers & Sons” on June 14, the Grammy-nominated country singer announced Thursday.

Just a day ago, Combs posted a heartfelt one handwritten note addressed to his sons and also said he would release a single, “The Man He Sees in Me,” on Thursday. Combs is the father of two children – ten-month-old Beau, and almost two-year-old Tex – and in the first single he promises to be the best father he can be, while also being realistic about the fact that fatherhood will are not always perfect or look perfect.

On Thursday, Combs shared news about the upcoming album, the follow-up to 2022’s ‘Growin’ Up’ and 2023’s ‘Gettin’ Old’, featuring the new album’s cover art and accompanying track listing. He captioned the photo: “I can’t wait for y’all to hear the full album next week and I hope you love this project as much as I do.”

Considering the song titles – “Little Country Boys,” “Whoever You Turn Out to Be” and “My Old Man Was Right” – on “Fathers & Sons,” Combs is ready to tackle the theme of fatherhood with this 12-song project . . The music video for “The Man He Sees” in Me is out now, while the song’s lyrics beautifully address Combs’ relationship with his young sons, and how he hopes it will evolve: “Well, I hope he never finds out that I didn’t hang the moon / And I never scared a monster out of the closet in his room / One day between when he left the house and rode on my knee / Maybe I’ll finally be the man he sees in me,” he sings.

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Combs will play SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles on the album’s release date as part of his “Growin’ Up and Gettin’ Old” tour, which runs from April 13 through August 10 of this year.

See Combs’ album announcement below.

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