Cole Swindell is sharing the second bonus monitor that may seem on his upcoming Stereotype Broken deluxe album. The singer launched “Damaged,” which Swindell wrote with Chris LaCorte, Cole Taylor and Hillary Lindsay, on Friday (March 17).
The tune finds Swindell singing to a possible love curiosity — somebody who’s had her coronary heart damaged just a few occasions previously — and he reassures her that love is not meant to really feel that manner. He units the scene for the principle theme by sharing examples of affection gone incorrect, and within the refrain and second verse, he shares the methods he would deal with her to keep away from such a destructive finish to the connection.
“You coronary heart wasn’t made to be damaged / Wasn’t meant to be in items / It was made to be cherished on by somebody who’d by no means depart it,” he sings within the refrain.
The music options fast-paced manufacturing that features guitars, percussion and hints of banjo and twang all through.
The music is certainly one of three new tracks that may seem on Swindell’s Stereotype Damaged deluxe album, which is an enlargement of his 2022 album, Stereotype. The unique album incorporates radio singles “Single Saturday Evening, “By no means Say By no means” feat. Lainey Wilson and his 2022 hit, “She Had Me at Heads Carolina.”
Swindell launched the primary bonus monitor, “Drinkaby,” in January, which can also be his present radio single. The deluxe model of the album may even embrace a yet-to-be launched tune referred to as “Unhappy Ass Nation Music” and the remix of “She Had Me at Heads Carolina” that includes Jo Dee Messina.
Stereotype Damaged can be obtainable on April 28.
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