ACM’s reigning New Artist of The Year Cole Swindell is celebrating the release of his second album You Should Be Here, and we have your exclusive look into the album that Swindell says will show fans new sides of his personality.
Swindell had plenty to follow up after his self-titled debut album was certified Platinum, sold 4.2 million tracks, clocked over 250 million streams, and featured chart-topping singles including “Let Me See Ya Girl”, “Hope You Get Lonely Tonight”, “Ain’t Worth The Whiskey” and “Chillin’ It”.
“You Should Be Here” was the first single of his new album and it’s already held at No. 1 on the charts for multiple weeks, sold nearly half a million tracks, and surpassed 25 million streams. Fans are calling “You Should Be Here” his career song.
The new album features songs that cover everything from love and heartbreak to good ol’ fashioned party anthems.
Listen to Cole Swindell talk about each track on the new album.
See the official video for the emotional single “You Should Be Here” off the brand new album of the same name.
Check out this bonus video from Cole Swindell for one of the tracks off his “You Should Be Here” sophomore album.
Cole Swindell will celebrate the release of his sophomore album You Should Be Here by performing on Good Morning America on Monday, Fox and Friends on Tuesday and on Jimmy Kimmel Live! a week from today.
Swindell has also written No. 1 hits for Thomas Rhett (Get Me Some of That), Luke Bryan (Roller Coaster), Florida Georgia Line (This Is How We Roll), among others.
The country star will set out on Florida Georgia Line’s “Dig Your Roots” Tour this summer.