Cole Swindell just dropped a brand new song called “Single Saturday Night” and it’s destined to become a fan-favorite.
Written by Ashley Gorley, Michael Hardy and Mark Holman, “Single Saturday Night” finds Swindell recalling his last night out as a single man and the moment he unexpectedly fell head over heels in love.
“Sitting over in the corner, baby, I saw/ Pretty red lips working on a white claw/ Shaking to a little, shook me all night long/ And I thought, man, what a beautiful sight/ Ain’t a morning you don’t wake up in my shirt now/ Even holding hands walking out of church now/ Who’d of thought, baby, looking back that/ That would be my last single Saturday night,” he sings on the chorus.
Now, instead of drinking alone at his local hang, he’s got his new lady by his side.
Click below to listen to the feel-good track.
“I am excited to have some good news to share with fans with the release of ‘Single Saturday Night,’” Swindell shared in a statement. “The past few months have been hard for everyone and I wanted to give the fans something fun to kick off summer.”
“Single Saturday Night” follows Swindell’s latest No.1, “Love You Too Late.” The Georgia native hopes his fans connect with the song, even if he can’t fully relate to quite yet.
“Y’all crank this one up and have a great weekend wherever ya are in the world. Here’s to you and your last single Saturday night…and mine.. whenever that day comes,” he joked on Instagram.
Like all touring artists, Swindell’s summer plans were derailed due to the COVID-19 outbreak. The remaining dates of his headlining Down To Earth Tour are scheduled to take place beginning October 1, while his slot on Thomas Rhett’s Center Point Road Tour has been pushed back until 2021.