Even with the mega success of his 2017 album This One's For You, Luke Combs has already started adding new music to his repertoire. On March 23rd in Honolulu, Hawaii, Combs played a new soon-to-be favorite, "Moon Over Mexico."
The song, led by Combs' acoustic guitar, paints a clear picture of Combs holding onto a relationship with special memories under the moon in Mexico. This bittersweet track will most likely be on his sophomore album. As you can see in this video taken at another angle, tons of people in the crowd had their phones raised to catch the new song on film, proving that everyone is ready for another Combs record to sing along with.
"Moon Over Mexico" joins two other new tracks Combs recently debuted while on the road. A couple of months ago, he performed a rollicking tired-of-heartache anthem "Beer Never Broke My Heart" in Madison, Wis. A few weeks later, he sang "Refrigerator Door" in Decatur, Ga., bringing out feelings of nostalgia while singing about items tacked up to a family's refrigerator door. With these three new songs, it's already evident that Combs won't be a one hit album wonder.