Friday, September 10, 2021 – Cole Swindell released a new song, "Some Habits," today along with a video.
"Some Habits," written by Scooter Carusoe, Josh Miller and Chris LaCorte, follows on the heels of Swindell's back-to-back chart toppers "Love You Too Late" and most recently his 10th career number one hit "Single Saturday Night" which he most recently performed last week on the nationally televised CMA Summer Jam on ABC.
"I think a lot of people can relate to a song like 'Some Habits' – it's a love song about being rough around edges but meeting someone that changes you for the better," said Swindell. "I feel like I have a deeper appreciation for getting to make music these days, especially with this opportunity to be back out on the road performing and sharing this music face-to-face with the fans."
"Since I moved to Nashville, I have always had such deep respect for Scooter Carusoe and his body of work. Getting to record this song he co-wrote with two of the newest go-to songwriters, Josh Miller and Chris LaCorte is really special. I can't wait for my fans to hear the song and see this video."
Swindell is currently on tour with Thomas Rhett's Center Point Road Tour now through Oct. 9.
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