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Luke Combs Teases New Unreleased Song, ‘Noah's Arkansas’

November 22, 2023 6:33 pm GMT
Last Edited December 18, 2023 8:29 pm GMT

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Luke Combs has taken to his socials to share a brand new unreleased song, ‘Noah's Arkansas’, which the North Carolina megastar co-wrote alongside Erik Dylan.

The intricate, wistful track opens with the protagonist talking to his wife about a “crazy dream” he had where he was with God and his grandpa, which subsequently inspires him to up sticks with his family and settle down in ‘Noah's Arkansas’.

It's a warm, sparse offering that extends the themes of maturity and slowing down the pace of life that pervaded Luke's 2023 album, Gettin’ Old, and fans are already clamouring for the ‘Where The Wild Things Are’ hitmaker to release ‘Noah's Arkansas’ sooner rather than later.

With the stripped-back, folk-leaning aesthetic and the powerful emphasis on storytelling, ‘Noah's Arkansas’ would surely fit in well on a project with the previously teased unreleased track, ‘Ever Mine’, which Luke penned with Hailey Whitters and Charlie Worsham.

Luke Combs recently completed his blockbuster 2023 World Tour, which took the ‘Fast Car’ chart-topper across the US, Canada, Australia, the UK, France, Switzerland, Sweden and more.

Ticket-holders for Luke Combs’ hotly anticipated 2024 Growin’ Up and Gettin’ Old tour will be excited to see whether the singer-songwriter introduces ‘Noah's Arkansas’ into his setlist, with Luke having built a reputation for testing out new material during live shows.

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Written by Maxim Mower
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