Luke Combs Drops Longtime Fan Favorite “5 Leaf Clover” On St. Patrick’s Day

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Jeremy Cowart

Happy St. Paddy’s Day, y’all.

The wait is finally over for Luke Combs fans on this day, in particular, because he released the longtime fan-favorite “5 Leaf Clover,” from his forthcoming fourth studio album Gettin’ Old.

A co-write by Luke along with Jessi Alexander and Chase McGill, Luke says it was inspired from the time he and his friend Newdy were looking through a clover plot at his house looking for four leaf clovers one day, when Newdy happened to stumble on a five leaf clover.

He previously played it at a live show quite a while ago now, and fans have been begging for him to release it ever since:

“One of the 1st times I ever played 5 Leaf Clover, and y’all have politely let me know to release it ever since. Haha.

I’m glad to say it’s now out everywhere, and I hope y’all love it!”

He continued, adding in an Instagram post that his “wife, son family friends” and fans are some of the biggest reasons why he’s a lucky man:

“‘I know I’m a lucky man but I ain’t sure why I am.’ My wife, son, family, friends, and Y’ALL are some of the biggest reasons why I’m a lucky man.

And I’ll be forever grateful to y’all for giving me the opportunity to get to do something I love – create and play country music. Thank you!”

His album will be out everywhere next Friday on March 24th.

Luke has released three other singles from the record so far aside from “5 Leaf Clover,” including “Love You Anyway,” the lead single “Growin’ Up and Gettin’ Old,” and “Joe.”

And no matter if you’re going to drink your weight in green beer later tonight (I’m seeing Koe Wetzel, pray for me), or staying in on this St. Patrick’s Day, this one is sure to make you feel just a little bit luckier and thankful to be alive.

“5 Leaf Clover”

A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock