Luke Combs Sings “Six Feet Apart” For CMT Celebrates Our Heroes Performance

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Luke Combs recently dropped a new song across all music platforms and it’s about something almost every country music fan can relate to right now.

The song is called “Six Feet Apart” and gives listeners insight into his perspective on the global pandemic. Luke explained in a recent Instagram post,

“It’s about the current times and us looking forward to the day all of this is over.”

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The song is from the perspective of a musician who misses being on the road and playing shows. It talks about how even though we don’t know how long this pandemic will go on, one day we’ll all be together again enjoying concerts and shows.

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The 30-year-old from North Carolina has the unique talent of being able to write a song about virtually anything. Luke co-wrote the song with Brent Cobb and Rob Snyder and was able to record and release it while social distancing.

The country star expressed his gratitude in a Twitter post saying,

“When I posted this video of Six Feet Apart, I had no idea it would take off the way it did. But thanks to y’all, it did, then I saw all of the tweets about wanting me to record it, so I did just that & it is now available everywhere you listen to music.”

Following the success of the song, Luke performed it for CMT Celebrates Our Heroes Honors which features numerous country artists and performances dedicated to the men and women “Who Keep Us Safe and Keep Us Going” -according to their website. Throughout performances and all over their website, people are provided the opportunity to donate to various charities and organizations to help out in these difficult times.

Watch his CMT performance in the video below.