Aug. 8 (UPI) -- Country music star Luke Combs will release a new album in November.
The 29-year-old singer announced in a tweet Thursday he will release his second studio album Nov. 8.
"New album. November 8," he wrote.
Combs had teased the release date Wednesday in a behind-the-scenes video for his "Beer Never Broke My Heart" music video. The video opens with a countdown that includes the numbers "11" and "8."
"I hid the album's release date in this video and the only person who noticed it was @LukeCombsUpdate... She's good!" Combs tweeted Thursday.
Combs released his debut studio album, This One's for You, in 2017, and last released the EP The Prequel in June. The Prequel includes "Beer Never Broke My Heart," which topped the Billboard Country Airplay chart this week. Combs is the first country artist to have their first six singles reach No. 1.
Combs is promoting his new music on his Beer Never Broke My Heart tour, which began in January. The singer extended the tour in March and will kick off the second leg Sept. 26 in Rogers, Ark.
In addition to "Beer Never Broke My Heart," Combs is known for the singles "Hurricane," "She Got the Best of Me" and "Beautiful Crazy." He was inducted as a member of the Grand Ole Opry in July.