Luke Combs Shares Video Of Unreleased Deep Cut Song 'Dear Today'

Luke Combs Shares Video Of Unreleased Deep Cut Song 'Dear Today'

A few weeks back on June 26, Luke Combs announced on Twitter that he plans to share one new unreleased track every week for the next five weeks or so. On week one, he shared his hidden gem of a song, "Better Together" in a short video on Instagram showing only a sheet of paper with the lyrics written out. The week following, Combs' shared a live video of him performing unreleased deep-cut track, "Reasons." Well, good news for Comb's fans, another week has passed which means it's time to hear more new music.

Today the "She Got The Best Of Me" singer shared another song that'll stop you in your tracks called, "Dear Today." The song serves as a reminder to live each day fully and stop putting thing off that you know should be done today. Calling home to momma, having a drink with your old man, and finally putting a ring on your girl's hand are a few of those important things Combs' mentioned in the song.

Combs captioned his video, "When I started doing this, I got real busy and started putting things off that I needed to do. This song is to remind myself that I need to do the stuff that is important to me, my friends my family and my life. It's a letter from tomorrow to today. It's called "Dear Today." Y'all check it out"

Take a listen to all three of his unreleased songs that he's shared below.

 
 
 

It's been a wild week for Combs' to say the least. On Tuesday (July 16) the country star became the newest member of the Grand Ole Opry. It was a full circle moment as two of Comb's biggest, life long musical inspirations joined him on stage sharing a few words and officially inducting the young star.

Additionally, last Thursday (July 11), Combs shared news that his "Beer Never Broke My Heart Tour" has been extended, adding five new stops. Fan club members have access to purchase tickets now, and the rest of the general public will be able to get there's on Friday (July 19).

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