Cole Swindell’s new song, “Drinkaby” is out now, January 27th, on all streaming platforms. Listen to the brand new track below.
We all have our favorite lullabies we used to sing when we were kids. Now we have our favorite as an adult with Cole Swindell’s new song “Drinkaby”.
Written by Hunter Phelps, Jon Pardi, Jordan Schmidt, and HARDY, this is one of the most upbeat breakup songs we’ve heard. The track is about heading down to the bar and enjoying all the drinks including whiskey, tequila, bourbon, and more to get over a broken heart. It follows Swindell’s hit single “Heads Carolina” with the idea of revamping the 90s country sound. Intertwining childhood memories with heartache, this track is sure to climb the charts quickly.
In a recent press release, the Georgia native shared how excited he was for the release. “’Drinkaby,’ from the first time I heard it, I pictured it being a huge show opener,” said Swindell. “The guitar lick in the intro just grabs you and doesn’t let you go. I’m not sure if there is such thing as a fun breakup song but that’s kind of what this is. Glad it’s finally out and can’t wait to get out there and play it live.”
“Hush little cowboy, don’t you cry // Bartender’s got you some whiskey on ice // And if that whiskey ain’t a big enough pour // Drink another and another ’til you lay down on the floor // Come on // This is my drinkaby”
After a big 2022, Swindell is keeping the momentum going. He is releasing his deluxe album, Stereotype Broken on April 28th. He will also be hitting the road this summer with Thomas Rhett. Big things are certainly ahead for Swindell and we can’t wait to watch his career continue to thrive!
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“Drinkaby” is now available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released music here on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.