Luke Combs continues to make waves in the country music industry, breaking records and capturing the hearts of fans everywhere!
His latest single “Going, Going, Gone” recently became his 15th consecutive No. 1 hit on country radio — becoming the first person to accumulate 15 consecutive No. 1 singles during their debut. Comb’s isn’t stopping there though!
He’s set to release another fan favorite, “Five Leaf Clover,” on Friday, just in time for St. Patrick’s Day!
Luke shared his inspiration behind the highly anticipated single on Instagram.
“A while back my buddy Newdy and I were looking around the clover plot at my house for 4 leaf clovers. I eventually found one, but shortly thereafter, he found a 5 Leaf Clover and I thought to myself, ‘Man, how lucky do you have to be to find a 5 Leaf Clover?’”
“Didn’t think too much of it at the time but wrote that down as a title in my phone,” he continues. “A few weeks later, I was writing with Jessi Alexander and Chase McGill and it came up. It still wasn’t really anything that jumped off the page to me, but I shared the idea and guitar melody I had with them and they loved it. We ended up writing the song that day. I eventually started playing it at shows and posting a video of the song, and y’all quickly let me know it was one I had to record; that’s why I’m super pumped for y’all to finally hear it THIS Friday, March 17!”
See one of the first times Luke played “Five Leaf Clover” for a crowd below. Fans have been ready for the single to drop ever since.
The chorus reads,“I know I’m a lucky man, but I ain’t sure why I am / Cuz it ain’t like anyone deserves the world in the palm of their hand / Now I hit my knees, thankful as can be / But the one thing I can’t get over / How’d a guy like me, who’d have been fine with three / Wind up with a five-leaf clover?” Listen to “Five Leaf Clover” here.
Fans can look forward to Comb’s upcoming album “Gettin’ Old,” which is scheduled to drop on March 24th. He has released a handful of songs prior to the album release, including the title track, “Growin’ Up and Gettin’ Old,” “Love You Anyway,” “Joe,” and now “Five Leaf Clover.”
Combs’ success is a testament to his talent and dedication to his craft, and his loyal fan base eagerly awaits what he has in store for them next.