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"You Should Be Here" Becomes Swindell’s Fast-Rising Single To Date

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  • 1.25.16
    "You Should Be Here" Becomes Swindell’s Fast-Rising Single To Date

    Cole Swindell released his emotional new single “You Should Be Here,” the debut single from his forthcoming album, on December 14 and it has vaulted to the top 25 on country singles charts, making it the fastest rising single of his career!

    “You Should Be Here” is the follow-up single to his record-breaking four back-to-back No. 1 singles “Let Me See Ya Girl,” and the first three Platinum-certified singles “Hope You Get Lonely Tonight,” “Ain’t Worth The Whiskey” and “Chillin’ It” from his Gold-certified self-titled debut album making him the only solo male artist in the history of Country Aircheck/Mediabase to top the chart with his first four singles.

    “I have been overwhelmed with the response to this song,” said Swindell. “’You Should Be Here’ began as a song I wrote to honor and remember my Dad, but now with all of the stories that have been rolling in from fans about how this song has helped them through emotional, sad and happy times it is humbling and has definitely gone beyond me. Their stories have helped me along more than I can express. I am happy that sharing this song has helped them like it has me. I am touched that having lived with the song and now hearing all of these stories from fans that it has become more about celebrating life and celebrating those we love and miss.”

    “You Should Be Here” has already sold 150,000 tracks and the video which Country Weekly says “is arguably the most emotional four minutes in the history of country music videos” has racked up nearly five million streams including more than 2.8 million on Swindell’s YouTube channel alone.

    “You Should Be Here,” on the day it was released, shot to No. 1 on iTunes Country chart and was in the iTunes Top 10 All Genre. The song debuted at No. 6 on the Shazam country songs chart.

    The ground swell of response was quick and overwhelming from fans and media alike. CMT.com says of the song,“Swindell is singing the kind of song that will make even the toughest country fan have to fight back tears.”

    “You Should Be Here,” written by Swindell and Ashley Gorley, was originally inspired by the sudden passing of Swindell’s father, but for many fans it resonated in a variety of ways of missing someone. Thousands of fans have continued sharing their personal stories via Twitter #YouShouldBeHere and Facebook after hearing the song and seeing the video.

    “This has been the most emotional release by the country superstar, and it’s helping us get ready for whatever it is he has next.” – Examiner.com

     

     

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on January 25, 2016 - 4:25pm

Cole Swindell released his emotional new single “You Should Be Here,” the debut single from his forthcoming album, on December 14 and it has vaulted to the top 25 on country singles charts, making it the fastest rising single of his career!

“You Should Be Here” is the follow-up single to his record-breaking four back-to-back No. 1 singles “Let Me See Ya Girl,” and the first three Platinum-certified singles “Hope You Get Lonely Tonight,” “Ain’t Worth The Whiskey” and “Chillin’ It” from his Gold-certified self-titled debut album making him the only solo male artist in the history of Country Aircheck/Mediabase to top the chart with his first four singles.

“I have been overwhelmed with the response to this song,” said Swindell. “’You Should Be Here’ began as a song I wrote to honor and remember my Dad, but now with all of the stories that have been rolling in from fans about how this song has helped them through emotional, sad and happy times it is humbling and has definitely gone beyond me. Their stories have helped me along more than I can express. I am happy that sharing this song has helped them like it has me. I am touched that having lived with the song and now hearing all of these stories from fans that it has become more about celebrating life and celebrating those we love and miss.”

“You Should Be Here” has already sold 150,000 tracks and the video which Country Weekly says “is arguably the most emotional four minutes in the history of country music videos” has racked up nearly five million streams including more than 2.8 million on Swindell’s YouTube channel alone.

“You Should Be Here,” on the day it was released, shot to No. 1 on iTunes Country chart and was in the iTunes Top 10 All Genre. The song debuted at No. 6 on the Shazam country songs chart.

The ground swell of response was quick and overwhelming from fans and media alike. CMT.com says of the song,“Swindell is singing the kind of song that will make even the toughest country fan have to fight back tears.”

“You Should Be Here,” written by Swindell and Ashley Gorley, was originally inspired by the sudden passing of Swindell’s father, but for many fans it resonated in a variety of ways of missing someone. Thousands of fans have continued sharing their personal stories via Twitter #YouShouldBeHere and Facebook after hearing the song and seeing the video.

“This has been the most emotional release by the country superstar, and it’s helping us get ready for whatever it is he has next.” – Examiner.com

 

 

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