Swindell announces fourth studio album
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Swindell announces fourth studio album

Friday, February 4, 2022 – Cole Swindell will release his fourth album, "Stereotype," on April 8.

The disc includes Swindell's 10th career, multi-week number one "Single Saturday Night," as well as his current single, "Never Say Never" with Lainey Wilson. Produced by Zach Crowell, Chris LaCorte, Jordan Schmidt and Michael Carter produced.

"I am so proud of this album and excited for everyone to hear what we have been working on," said Swindell. "I've always had a 'best song wins' attitude when recording an album, and I hope every song we recorded for Stereotype makes you feel something. I can't wait for the Down to the Bar Tour to start and play some of these songs for the fans."

The track list is:
1. Stereotype Cole Swindell, Michael Hardy, Jordan Schmidt
2. Every Beer Cole Swindell, Michael Hardy, Jordan Schmidt
3. Never Say Never (with Lainey Wilson) Cole Swindell, Jessi Alexander, Chase McGill
4. She Had Me At Heads Carolina Cole Swindell, Ashley Gorley, Jesse Frasure, Thomas Rhett, Mark D. Sanders, Tim Nichols
5. Sayin' You Love Me Mark Holman, Ernest K. Smith, James McNair
6. I'm Gonna Let Her Dustin Lynch, Justin Ebach, Josh Thompson
7. Down To The Bar (featuring HARDY) Cole Swindell, Michael Hardy, Jordan Schmidt, Josh Thompson
8. How Is She Hunter Phelps, Brock Berryhill, Greylan James
9. Miss Wherever Cole Swindell, Chris LaCorte, Luke Laird, Josh Miller
10. Single Saturday Night Ashley Gorley, Michael Hardy and Mark Holman
11. Some Habits Chris LaCorte, Josh Miller, Scooter Carusoe
12. Girl Goes Crazy Cole Swindell, Michael Hardy, Ross Copperman
13. Walk On Whiskey Randy Montana, Rodney Clawson, Jared Mullins

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