Luke Combs drops sophomore LP, ‘What You See is What You Get’

    With appearances from Eric Church and Brooks & Dunn.

    Luke Combs performing at the 2018 CMA Fest
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    Luke Combs has released his anticipated sophomore album, What You See is What You Get.

    On the hefty 17-track record, the country singer moves away from the themes of alcohol and partying which were prominent on his 2017 debut, This One’s for You. “I’m almost 30 years old now and I’m not going to be out at the bar every night,” he told Rolling Stone.

    “There are parts of me that are still like, ‘Man, I’m gonna get drunk as hell tonight,’ but I also want to be able to say, ‘Hey, I stayed at home tonight and watched TV and it’s Saturday night’ and that’s OK too,” Combs added. “I just want to grow up a little bit.”

    The new full-length features collaborations with country duo Brooks & Dunn and singer-songwriter Eric Church on “1, 2 Many” and “Does to Me,” respectively. It also includes the five tracks on his June EP, The Prequel, including chart-topper “Beer Never Broke My Heart.”

    Stream What You See is What You Get below: