Luke Combs Calls New Song ‘One Too Many’ His ‘’90s Country Drinking Song’ [WATCH]
During a Sunday night (May 15) stop of his Beer Never Broke My Heart Tour at Colorado's Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Luke Combs rolled out his hard-charging new party anthem, "One Two Many." Press play above to watch fan footage of the live performance, including the moment in the middle of the song when Combs takes a break from singing to shotgun a beer, then finishes the final chorus.
"This is my '90s country drinking song -- drinkin' too much song," Combs declares at the beginning of the clip, as reported by Rolling Stone. The lyrics that follow tell the story of someone who never says no to a good party, but sometimes finds that he gets caught up in the party. "By half past ten I'm half past tipsy / By quarter to 12 I done had plenty / The countdown's on once the first beer hits me /five, four, three, two one too many," he sings in the chorus.
Combs is sharing live first tastes of the track just days after officially releasing longtime fan favorite "Beer Never Broke My Heart" as his next single. The same day, the country star also shared that song's music video.
"Beer Never Broke My Heart" is the first single from an upcoming new project. Combs' debut studio album, This One's for You, has been the gift that kept on giving for the past two years since its 2017 release. It provided the singer with five consecutive Billboard Country Airplay No. 1 hits -- a record for a new artist. Most recently, Combs topped the charts with "Beautiful Crazy."
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