Review: 'Break Up in the End' by Cole Swindell (Single)
Cole Swindell has returned with a new meanful ballad 'Break Up in the End' which presents a positive message.
Released on Friday (2/23), the lyrics were written by Jon Nite, Chase McGill and Jessie Jo Dillon. Throughout the ballad, you find the main character dealing with emotions of a fresh breakup. You'll find Swindells moving vocals backed with strains of acoustic guitar, which proceeds to provide listeners with the impression of even though they can't get back together, he wouldn't change a single thing.
"I am honored that my songwriting friends trust me with such an amazing message," Swindell says in a press release. "I'm excited and confident in the strength of "Break Up in the End" and it being the first song from my upcoming third album. This is the perfect setup of what's to come."
As a huge fan of Cole Swindell's past single 'You Should Be Here', when this single released, I absolutely fell in love with everything about the song. From the lyrics to the strums of the acoustic guitar you're instantly addicted.
Cole Swindell is currently out on the road for his Reason To Drink Tour with special guests Chris Janson and Lauren Alaina.
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