Luke Combs has been a resident of Dickson County for nearly four years, during which time the self-proclaimed “everyman” has risen to the pinnacle of country music.
Combs debuted his new track “The Kind of Love We Make” on Friday, along with the accompanying music video, which depicts a couple’s bond through a house fire and his adoptive home of Dickson County.
The video was shot in April at the main station of the City of Dickson Fire Department in Downtown Dickson, just a 10-minute drive from his house in rural Charlotte.
Combs, 32, says he composed the song with Dan and Reid Isbell, as well as his guitar tech Jamie Davis, in Montana.
In a press release, Combs remarked, “Jamie had the idea, and Dan and Reid delivered it to me, and I thought it was a fantastic tune.” “It turned out to be one of those songs that just came to me.” Maybe this song has something to do with the fact that Dan, Reid, and I all had babies within a month of each other.”
Combs’ new album, Growin’ Up, will be released on June 24, and includes “The Kind of Love We Make.” Combs’ third studio album, Growin’ Up, was produced by Combs, Chip Matthews, and Jonathan Singleton.
Luke Combs, who was nominated for CMA Entertainer of the Year,
Combs as 14 No. 1 singles on Billboard’s country radio chart in a row. He’s also the first artist to have both of his studio albums spend 25 weeks or more at No. 1 on Billboard’s Top Country Albums list, shattering Taylor Swift’s previous record of 24 weeks.
This fall, he’ll go on his sold-out “Middle of Somewhere” tour.