Luke Combs Releases ‘Ain’t No Love in Oklahoma’ From ‘Twisters’ Soundtrack- Listen Now

The renowned country music star unveiled the lead single from the forthcoming album tied to the highly anticipated film, ‘Twisters.’ This new musical offering coincided with the premiere of its accompanying music video, which depicted the artist performing amidst the intensity of a powerful storm. From the opening verse, the singer ignited a sense of adrenaline and suspense, vividly capturing the thrill of chasing the unpredictable forces of nature.

The visuals seamlessly complemented the lyrics, showcasing ominous skies and towering, rotating tornadoes, offering fans a tantalising glimpse into the cinematic world they can expect from the upcoming film. Helmed by the acclaimed director Lee Isaac Chung, ‘Twisters’ promises to be a contemporary continuation of the 1996 blockbuster hit, ‘Twister.’

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Luke Combs Ain't No Love in Oklahoma
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The narrative follows Kate Carter, portrayed by the talented Daisy Edgar-Jones, a former stormchaser haunted by a traumatic encounter with a tornado during her college years. Now based in New York City, she studies storm patterns from the safety of screens. 

However, her friend Javi lures her back to the open plains to test a groundbreaking new tracking system. There, Kate’s path intersects with Tyler Owens, a charming and daring social media sensation who relishes in documenting his thrilling storm-chasing adventures with his raucous crew, constantly pushing the boundaries of danger.

As multiple storm systems converge over central Oklahoma, the group finds themselves embroiled in a fight for survival, battling the relentless forces of nature at the epicentre of this unprecedented weather event. 

With the release of the lead single and its accompanying video, anticipation builds for the forthcoming film and its musical companion, promising an immersive and exhilarating experience that captures the raw power and unpredictability of nature.

-Sushmita Sarkar