Cole Swindell Scores 9th No. 1 Single With “Love You Too Late”

Cole Swindell Scores 9th No. 1 Single With “Love You Too Late”

Cole Swindell scored the ninth No. 1 hit of his singing career as his current single, “Love You Too Late,” reached the top of both the Billboard Country Airplay chart and Mediabase chart this week.

Penned by Cole, Michael Carter and Brandon Kinney, “Love You Too Late” is featured on Cole’s third album, All of It, which was released in August. The tune follows the album’s No. 1 lead single, “Break Up in the End.”

“‘Love You Too Late’ reaching number one means the world to me because I wrote this one with two of my best friends and favorite songwriters in the world,” said Cole. “Michael, Brandon and I started out writing songs together several years ago, so it’s very special to have our first number one together. Thank you to country radio, the fans and my WMN [Warner Music Nashville] family for always believing in me and my songs.”

Cole has a number of upcoming tour dates this fall, including stops in Atlantic City, Boston and Uncasville, Conn.

photo by Tammie Arroyo, AFF-USA.com

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