Luke Combs Reveals “The Great Divide” Collaboration With Bluegrass Artist Billy Strings

The “Better Together” hitmaker is gearing up for album number three

Luke Combs is known for his propulsive, everyman brand of country-rock hits such as “Hurricane” and “Beer Never Broke My Heart,” but his latest release finds Combs leaning into some bluegrass roots and addressing the social and political divisions in the United States.

On Sunday (Jan. 31), Combs released “The Great Divide,” a collaboration with bluegrass artist Billy Strings.

We’re all so far, so far apart now/ It’s as deep as it is wide/ We’re about to fall apart now/ If we can’t reach the other side/ We gotta find a way across the great divide, Combs and Strings sing in the chorus, their interwoven vocals complementing mandolin, banjo and acoustic guitar work from Charlie Worsham, driven by percussion from Eric Darken.

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