Cole Swindell Primeres New Video For His Hit Single “Flatliner”

Cole Swindell’s video for his new single, “Flatliner” featuring Dierks Bentley, exclusively premiered on USA TODAY and The Tennessean yesterday. Check it out HERE.

The video, which was shot on Dierks Bentley’s 2017 “What The Hell World Tour” in Sioux Falls, SD, starts off with the pouring of drinks, good times, and then as soon as the ER line goes dark, the video rips into an electrifying concert under neon lights, with Cole and Dierks performing the new hit.

Cole tells the Tennessean “after kicking off the album with ‘You Should Be Here’ and how special that song was to me for so many reasons, I knew it would be hard to top that feeling.” However, Cole did it again, he now has the opportunity to go up on stage every night, as an opener for Dierks on his What The Hell World Tour, to perform his new heart stopper…“Flatliner.”

“Flatliner,” is the third single from Swindell’s sophomore Album You Should Be here which also includes his platinum-selling, one billion audience reaching multi-week No.1 “You Should Be Here.”

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To view Cole’s new video on YouTube click here:

To see more from Cole check him out @coleswindell on Twitter, @cswinde2 on Instagram and on Facebook.


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