Cole Swindell Brings the Party With New ‘Drinkin’ Hours’ Music Video
Country hitmaker Cole Swindell just dropped the music video for his brand new party anthem, “Drinkin’ Hours.” The song is…
Cole Swindell Drinkin’ Hours
Country hitmaker Cole Swindell just dropped the music video for his brand new party anthem, “Drinkin’ Hours.”
The song is the lead track from the Georgia native’s upcoming EP Down Home Sessions V.
The opening sequence of the clip features an all-out party vibe in the middle of a field. Swindell belts out the fun-loving song lyrics while surrounded by his band and various partygoers. In between shots, he can also be seen enjoying a cigar and a cold beer while playing a round of golf with his buddies.
“No workin’ during drinkin’ hours/ ‘Round here we ain’t got no boss/ Part-time and over timers / ‘Bout to raise a little hell when we twist one off,” he sings as revelers raise up their solo cups, chug beers and dance around in summer clothes.
“Drinkin’ Hours” comes on the heels of Swindell’s fifth-year celebration as a recording artist. So far in his shining career, he’s released hits like “Chillin’ It,” “Ain’t Worth The Whiskey”, “Let Me See Ya Girl,” “Middle of a Memory,” the heartbreaking “You Should Be Here” and his latest radio release, “Break Up in the End.” Following the release of “Drinkin’ Hours,” Swindell will release a new song from Down Home Sessions V across all digital providers each month for the next five months.
“I can’t believe I am about to release my fifth ‘Down Home Sessions.’ It’s one of my favorite projects because it allows me to share songs I have written between albums,” Swindell shared. “I’m excited to roll this one out a little differently by giving the fans one song a month for the next five months, focusing on fun uptempo music.”
Swindell is currently on the road as part of Luke Bryan’s Sunset Repeat Tour. Other supporting acts for the trek include Jon Langston and DJ Rock.
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