Luke Combs’ “Where The Wild Things Are” Goes Number One

Luke Combs continues his streak of number ones with his next song to top the country charts, “Where The Wild Things Are.” Get all the details here!

Every song that Luke Combs puts out to country radio seems to make its way to the top! The superstar is one of the most recognizable voices in the genre and his talent is as real as they come. The singer scored his eighteen number one at country radio last week in collaboration with Riley Green. Today, he is adding to the streak. “Where The Wild Things Are” officially hit the top of the charts.

“Where The Wild Things Are” is a true-blue storytelling song. Throughout the single, Combs shares the stories of an older brother who moved out west to California with a surprising twist at the end. While the song is not necessarily coming from personal experience, the lyrics and the imagery clearly resonate with both the artist and his fanbase.

“He’d call me up every couple of weeks // From South California // Talk about the desert and the Joshua Tree // And his pretty girl stories // And how he bought an Airstream trailer and a J-45 guitar // Said, “Little brother, you’d love it out here // Out where the wild things are // Oh, it’s hearts on fire and crazy dreams // Oh, the nights ignite like gasoline // And light up those streets that never sleep when the sky goes dark // Out where the wild things are”

Congrats to Combs and his team on another monumental feat! It’s only a matter of time before his next radio single hits the top of the charts.

Fans can catch the number one single and many more on one of Combs’ many tour dates. Check out his full schedule here.

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“Where The Wild Things Are” is available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released tunes on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.