Cole Swindell has unveiled the cover artwork for a new single, “Break Up in the End,” which will be released to radio on Feb. 26. `The country star shared the image with his fans on Wednesday via Instagram.
“Break Up in the End” will mark the 9th single of Swindell’s career, as well as a first taste of his upcoming third album. The previous 4 singles from, from his 2016 sophomore outing, You Should Be Here, showcase Swindell’s range, from the hard-partying Dierks Bentley collaboration, “Flatliner,” to the record’s poignant title track, which addresses the death of the singer’s father.
Swindell says that ever since the first time he heard “Break Up in the End,” which was written by Jon Nite, Chase McGill and Jessie Jo Dillon, he’s been anxiously looking forward to being able to share the song. “I am honored that my songwriting friends trust me with such an amazing message,” he said in a press release. “I’m excited and confident in the strength of ‘Break Up in the End’ and it being the first song from my upcoming 3rd album. This is the perfect set-up of what’s to come.”
The country star has plenty to be excited about these days: in addition to a new single, and an album on the way, he kicked off his first-ever headlining Reason to Drink tour last weekend with sold-out shows. Lauren Alaina and brand-new Opry member Chris Janson will join Swindell on tour, as well.
Stay up to date on the continuing tour as well as more info about “Break Up in the End” and its corresponding forthcoming album by visiting Swindell’s website.
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