Cole Swindell Releases Every Detail For Upcoming Album, ‘All Of It’

Cole Swindell is getting people talking by releasing all the details surrounding ‘All of It.’ Take a peek at the album cover!

By Admin on July 13, 2018
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Cole Swindell is getting ready to drop his third album, All of It.

With a release set for August 17, the country star released all the details of the new record. The track listing and album cover are now available for us to peruse before the drop date.

“I have been so excited about releasing the music for my third album. My fans have been so patient with me while I took the time needed to make it right that I had to give them something,” Swindell said in a press release. “They are the ones who got me here to this important third album. I felt they deserve to be the first ones to get a taste of the new music so we have been quietly releasing a few of the songs every few weeks for them. It has been great to hear what they think of the songs because they are the reason I am still here getting to do this.”

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Check out the track list below.

1. “Love You Too Late” (Cole Swindell, Michael Carter, Brandon Kinney)
2. “All of It” (Bobby Pinson, Dallas Davidson, Kyle Fishman)
3. “Somebody’s Been Drinkin’” (Brent Anderson, Lynn Hutton, Hunter Phelps)
4. “Sounded Good Last Night” (Michael Carter, Shane Minor, Chase McGill, Cole Taylor)
5. “Break Up in the End” (Jon Nite, Chase McGill, Jessie Jo Dillon)
6. “I’ll Be Your Small Town” (Cole Swindell, Cole Taylor, Chase McGill)
7. “The Ones Who Got Me Here” (Cole Swindell, Ashley Gorley, Jesse Frasure)
8. “20 in a Chevy” (Cole Swindell, Ross Copperman, Jon Nite)
9. “Reason to Drink” (Cole Swindell, Michael Carter, Brandon Kinney)
1-. “Her” (Matt Jenkins, Ashley Gorley, Chase McGill, Wade Kirby, Phil O’Donnell)
11. “Both Sides of The Mississippi” (Matt Jenkins, Ben Hayslip, J.T. Harding)
12. “Dad’s Old Number” (Jessi Alexander, Chase McGill)

Furthermore, CLICK HERE to see a photo of the cover album, courtesy of PopCulture.

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