Cole Swindell leaves his bachelor days behind in “Single Saturday Night,” a one-time bonus track which has now become his next official single.
Written by Ashley Gorley, Michael Hardy and Mark Holman, Swindell originally released the track in late May, viewing it as a consolation prize for fans disappointed in his tour’s COVID-19 postponement. But with a swift reaction that propelled the track into the Top 10 of iTunes’ country chart, he’s now sending it to radio stations around the nation.
Featuring a grooving snap track, a memorable reference to White Claw hard seltzer and a clever hook, it’s all about the life-changing effects of unexpected love — as in, the kind that takes you by surprise, turns your world upside down and makes you never want the single life again.
“I’ve loved ‘Single Saturday Night’ since the first time I heard it,” Swindell says of the surprise single. “And having the fans be as excited and love it has much as me has blown me away. I am ready for summer and so glad this is my next song at country radio!”
“Single Saturday Night” will hit radio stations nationwide on June 29, and it follows the Number One success of “Love You Too Late” as the potential first taste of a new album project. Swindell plans to finish up his postponed Down To Earth Tour October 1 with hometown show in Macon, Georgia, but has to wait until 2021 to join Thomas Rhett’s Center Point Road Tour.