Cole Swindell’s “Break Up In The End” Will Break Your Heart

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Cole Swindell is excited to finally get to release his new single, “Break Up In The End,” which finds the singer/songwriter in a new position—performing a song he didn’t write. Cole has written all seven of his No. 1 hits, choosing this time to look outside for the lead track of his upcoming album.

“Knowing that everyone is about to hear this song is something I have been waiting on since the day I first heard it,” said Cole in a statement. “I am honored that my songwriting friends trust me with such an amazing message. I’m excited and confident in the strength of ‘Break Up In The End’ and it being the first song from my upcoming third album. This is the perfect set up of what’s to come.”

“Break Up In The End,” written by Jon Nite, Chase McGill and Jessie Jo Dillon, is only a taste of what’s to come from Cole’s yet-to-be-released third studio album. The song tells the story of a man willing to get back into a relationship again even though he knows what’s to come in the end.

“Even if I knew you’d be the one that got away / I’d still go back and get you / Even if I knew you’d be my best and worst mistake / Oh, I’d still make it with you / Over and over, again and again / Even though we break up in the end,” Cole sings in the chorus.

The new tune is the follow up to Cole’s latest single “Stay Downtown,” featured on his sophomore You Should Be Here album. Since his debut release of “Chillin’ It,” Cole has found himself in the enviable position of releasing seven No. 1 singles, including “Hope You Get Lonely Tonight,” “Ain’t Worth The Whiskey,” “Middle of a Memory,” and “You Should Be Here.”

The Georgia native is currently on the road headlining his Reason to Drink Tour with Chris Janson and Lauren Alaina, which kicked off Feb. 22 in Brookings, South Dakota.

Cole Swindell’s Reason To Drink Tour
Feb. 22 – Brookings, S.D. – Swiftel Center
Feb. 23 – Madison, Wis. – The Coliseum at Alliant Energy Center
Feb. 24 – Columbia, Mo. – Mizzou Arena
March 2 – Hershey, Pa. – Giant Center
March 3 – Kingston, R.I. – Ryan Center
March 8 – Asheville, N.C. – U.S. Cellular Center Asheville
March 9 – Fayetteville, N.C. – Crown Coliseum
March 10 – Columbia, S.C. – Colonial Life Arena
March 15 – Saginaw, Mich. – Dow Event Center
March 16 – Kalamazoo, Mich. – Wings Event Center
March 17 – Bloomington, Ill. – Grossinger Motors Arena
March 22 – Huntington, W.Va. – The Big Sandy Superstore Arena
March 23 – Roanoke, Va. – Berglund Center
March 24 – Corbin, Ky. – The Corbin Arena
April 6 – Temecula, Calif. – The Summit at Pechango Casino
April 7 – Los Angeles – Greek Theater

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