Cole Swindell To Debut Another New Song Ahead Of His Next Album Release

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Cole Swindell has new music on the way!

The “Single Saturday Night” singer announced his fourth studio album on Wednesday (February 2). Stereotype is due to release on April 8, and Swindell plans to drop one of his new songs, “I’m Gonna Let Her,” at midnight on Thursday (February 3):

“Here we go! My fourth studio album #STEREOTYPE will be out on April 8th 🙌🏻 You can pre-order starting Friday! Also, check out my brand new song 'I’m Gonna Let Her' available tomorrow night @ MIDNIGHT ⏳”

Swindell’s latest collection follows other recent releases, including his smash collaboration with Lainey Wilson. The two country artists teamed up on “Never Say Never,” depicting the old habit of an on-again, off-again relationship (including via an unlikely jailbreak when they filmed the music video in an “eerie” prison). The collaboration came shortly after Swindell’s “Some Habits,” which he released after teasing fans with a series of emojis on social media (the cocktail glass, the bible and the heart), hinting that something new was on the way Swindell previously revealed that the music video “was shot all in one take and I love how it came out,” Swindell said at the time. Check out his latest announcement here: