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Swindell's "Hope" debuts

Tuesday, August 12, 2014 – Cole Swindell, debuted the music video for his current Top 10 hit single “"Hope You Get Lonely Tonight”" exclusively on iTunes today, with a broadcast premiere on CMT.

The video for the second single off his self-titled album was shot in Nashville, directed by Peter Zavadil and produced by Tailight. "Hope You Get Lonely Tonight"” follows up his number one certified Platinum debut single “"Chillin’ It." Selling almost 2 million tracks, including more than 1.2 million of his debut hit, Swindell has sold more than 200,000 albums since its February release, the highest selling country debut week of release since 2011.

Swindell's songwriting credits include “"This Is How We Roll,"” the hit for Florida Georgia Line, “"Get Me Some of That,"” the chart topper for Thomas Rhett, several songs with Luke Bryan, such as his current single “"Roller Coaster,”" as well as cuts for Scotty McCreery, Chris Young and Craig Campbell. Swindell is currently on the road touring on Bryan’'s That’s My Kind Of Night Tour.

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