Cole Swindell Says He’s Trying to Stay Busy During Summer Quarantine by “Writing Songs and Playing Golf”

Cole Swindell Says He’s Trying to Stay Busy During Summer Quarantine by “Writing Songs and Playing Golf”

While Cole Swindell’s summer tour plans were put on hold by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the Georgia native has been able to keep his creative juices flowing by releasing a new single, “Single Saturday Night,” and accompanying music video.

The single is currently No. 53 on the Billboard Country Airplay chart after four weeks. Penned by Ashley Gorley, Michael Hardy and Mark Holman, “Single Saturday Night” follows the release of Cole’s No. 1 single, “Love You Too Late,” which topped the Billboard Country Airplay chart in October 2019.

As the avid sports fan told Kix Brooks of American Country Countdown, he’s used the summer quarantine to write plenty of songs and work on his golf game.

“You know me, I love, love golf, so to get out and get some fresh air and [play],” says Cole to Kix. “But, there’s a lot of rules and stuff to keep it safe, and that’s what I’m trying to do—just, you know, get outside and not be stuck in all the time. Just playing golf, writing songs—that’s kind of what my quarantine’s been like.”

The new video for “Single Saturday Night,” which was directed by Michael Monaco and Eder Acevedo, shows off Cole’s playful personality as he poses in front of a green screen for a series of dreamy adventures.

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