Watch Luke Combs play an unreleased original, “Ever Mine”

A co-write with Charlie Worsham and Hailey Whitters.

Luke Combs has shared a new video in which he performs an unreleased song, “Ever Mine.”

With acoustic guitar in hand, Combs spins a tale of heartache and longing on the emotionally charged ballad, which he called one of the favorite tracks he co-wrote with Charlie Worsham and Hailey Whitters “a while ago.”

“Each day grows colder, filled with powder, smoke and steel / I worry ’fore it’s over I’ll forgotten how to feel / I keep your picture in the pocket of my coat / I sometimes find when I’m alone it’s my last bit of hope,” Combs sings.


It’s currently unclear if “Ever Mine” will see an official release at some point. Combs recently released new material as part of the deluxe edition of his 2019 album What You See is What You Get, which was released in October. Earlier this year, he also performed at the Billboard Music Awards and Saturday Night Live.

Listen to “Ever Mine” below:

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