Cole Swindell announces ‘Sterotype’

Singer’s fourth studio album due Apr 8th

Cole Swindell will release his fourth album, Stereotype, on April 8th via Warner Music Nashville. The album includes Swindell’s milestone, 10th career, multi-week No. 1 “Single Saturday Night,” as well as his current fast-rising single, “Never Say Never,” with Lainey Wilson. Produced by Zach Crowell, Chris LaCorte, Jordan Schmidt and Michael Carter, Stereotype highlights Swindell as a hit-making songwriter across the project. Continuing to stay true to his loyal Down Home Crew, the award-winning songwriter began revealing details on his fourth Warner Music Nashville album including the title, release date, cover and track listing to them throughout the week. Special fan bundles, including a Stereotype limited edition t-shirt box set and autograph album, are available via Swindell’s website.

“I am so proud of this album and excited for everyone to hear what we have been working on,” states 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.”

“Never Say Never,” already sitting in the Top 20 on the country singles chart and rising, was the most added song at country radio the week of release, giving both Swindell and Wilson their biggest radio add day of their careers. The single was written by Swindell, Jessi Alexander and Chase McGill. The video was directed by Michael Monaco (FlyHi Films) and filmed at Brushy Mountain State Penitentiary outside of Knoxville.

Swindell will launch his headlining Down To The Bar Tour on February 17th in Peoria, IL. Travis Denning and Ashley Cooke will join as support.

1. Stereotype
2. Every Beer Cole
3. Never Say Never (with Lainey Wilson)
4. She Had Me At Heads Carolina
5. Sayin’ You Love Me
6. I’m Gonna Let Her
7. Down To The Bar (featuring Hardy)
8. How Is She
9. Miss Wherever
10. Single Saturday
11. Some Habits
12. Girl Goes Crazy
13. Walk On Whiskey

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