Luke Combs has given us yet another hit.
The “Beer Never Broke My Heart” singer debuted the title track of his upcoming album What You See Is What You Get on Wednesday, and new song has already amassed more than 66,000 views on YouTube.
The autobiographical anthem sees Combs singing about what he stands for, and it’s as simple as it gets: “I’m a straight-shooting, beer drinking, rule-breaking, don’t think I won’t take a good thing too far.”
He continues in the chorus: “Be careful what you wish for is what I meant when I said, ‘What you see is what you get.’”
The singer’s upcoming album follows his 2017 full-length debut record This One’s for You, which led Billboard’s Top Country Albums chart for more than 40 weeks.
Along with dropping the seventh song off the record, Combs also released the complete track list on social media.
Already released songs off the album include, “Beer Never Broke My Heart”, “Refrigerator Door”, “Even Though I’m Leaving”, “Lovin’ On You”, “Moon Over Mexico”, and “1, 2 Many” featuring Brooks & Dunn.
Other notable collaborations on the album include “Does to Me” featuring Eric Church, an artist Combs has often cited as his musical hero.
What You See Is What You Get is set to hit shelves and streaming services on November 8.