Swindell goes with "All of It"
Friday, June 1, 2018
– Cole Swindell will release "All of It," his third album on Aug. 17.
Swindell will launch the album with a performance as part of NBC's Citi Concert Series on TODAY.
"I have been so excited about releasing the music for my third album and my fans have been so patient with me while I took the time needed to make it right that I had to give them something," he said. "They are the ones who got me here to this important third album, and I felt they deserve to be the first ones to get a taste of the new music so we have been quietly releasing a few of the songs every few weeks for them. It has been great to hear what they think of the songs because they are the reason I am still here getting to do this."
Among the songs are his current and ninth career single "Break Up In The End" and instant downloads of "Somebody's Been Drinkin'" and "The Ones Who Got Me Here." Swindell will release "Reason To Drink" on June 15.
"I have seen so many of my all-time favorite artists and bands perform on the TODAY Summer Concert series. It fires me up to see my name in that lineup," said Swindell. "To get to release my new album and perform in the Plaza on TODAY is pretty amazing. To literally perform outside in the Plaza right in the heart of New York City will be an unbelievable feeling. I cannot wait."
The Georgia native's "Break Up In The End" was written by Jon Nite, Chase McGill and Jessie Jo Dillon.
Swindell has enjoyed seven number one singles as a solo artist, 10 number ones singles as a songwriter, five Platinum singles, one Platinum album and one Gold album.
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