The country singer was joined by his band for both tracks (as well as a red Solo cup during the lively rendition of “1, 2 Many”).
“Even Though I’m Leaving” previously appeared on Combs’ recent EP The Prequel and the song, along with “1, 2 Many,” will appear on his upcoming album What You See Is What You Get.
Combs’ second album, What You See Is What You Get, was produced by Scott Moffatt and is set to drop November 8th. It is the singer’s follow-up to the blockbuster debut, This One’s for You, which came out in 2017.
“I’m really excited about the album,” Combs told Rolling Stone earlier this year. “I want people to still get what they’re expecting, but also push their boundaries a little bit.” He added that the new songs are “more of the same,” but “in the best way possible.” The recorded version of “1, 2 Many” features Brooks & Dunn, whose Nineties sound inspired the tune.
The musician has also announced plans for his What You See Is What You Get Tour, which kicks off in Columbia, Missouri, at the Mizzou Arena on February 7, 2020.