One of my favorite songs off the new record.
This past Friday, Luke Combs released his fourth studio album “Gettin’ Old,” the follow up to his 2022 record, “Growin’ Up.”
While there are a handful of songs that stand out, including the Tracy Chapman cover of “Fast Car,” as well as “The Part” and the Eric Church co-write “My Song Will Never Die,” one that really grabbed my attention was “Where The Wild Things Are.”
Witten by Randy Montana and Dave Turnbill (one of only three songs Luke wasn’t a co-writer on), Where The Wild Things Are has a unique touch to what still sounds like a typical Combs song. It’s upbeat, yet tells an emotional story of the bond of two brothers, until one hits a guardrail and tragically doesn’t make it out alive.
Check it out, below.