Grammy-nominated multi-Platinum superstar Cole Swindell releases the highly anticipated title track today from his upcoming fourth album, Stereotype. “Stereotype,” written by Swindell, Michael Hardy and Jordan Schmidt, with its modern-classic sound, a windows-down melody and clever, deceptively deep lyricism, describes how you can’t judge a book by its cover.
Stereotype will be released April 8 and includes Swindell’s milestone, 10th career, multi-week No. 1 “Single Saturday Night,” the namesake to his current headlining tour “Down To The Bar” as well as his current fast-rising single, “Never Say Never,” with Lainey Wilson.
In addition to the album’s No. 1 debut single, “Single Saturday Night,” over the past several weeks Swindell has answered the call from fans eager for new music by releasing a few songs from the upcoming new album including “Some Habits,” “I’m Gonna Let Her,” and most recently the namesake of his current headlining tour “Down To The Bar” (featuring HARDY).
To preorder Stereotype, click HERE and get the album’s title track “Stereotype” instantly.
Stereotype, produced by Zach Crowell, Chris LaCorte, Jordan Schmidt and Michael Carter, highlights Swindell as a hit-making songwriter across the project, writing 7 of the album’s 13 tracks. Stereotype is available for preorder at all digital retailers now. Special fan bundles, including a Stereotype limited edition t-shirt box set and autograph album, are also available now HERE.
Swindell wraps his last three Down To The Bar Tour dates this weekend in Waterloo, NY (4/1); Wilkes Barre, PA (4/2) and Hampton Beach, NH (4/3). Joining Swindell on his Down To The Bar Tour are special guests Travis Denning and Ashley Cooke. To purchase tickets go to www.ColeSwindell.com.
Click HERE for the fiery video “Never Say Never,” directed by Michael Monaco (FlyHi Films) and filmed at Brushy Mountain State Penitentiary outside of Knoxville.