Cole Swindell is gearing up to release his twelfth career single!
On Tuesday (Nov. 16), the GRAMMY-nominated multi-Platinum country superstar revealed that he and fast-rising star Lainey Wilson are joining forces for a duet called “Never Say Never.” Swindell and Wilson shared the single cover across their social media platform earlier today alongside a snippet of the chorus, which you can hear below.
The teaser clip, shared by the singers, gave fans a taste of the song’s irresistible melody and catchy song lyrics while flawlessly showcasing their unique vocals as the perfectly blended together throughout the chorus of the anthemic track.
“I never say never with you / I end up together with you / It’s Hell, and it’s Heaven with you, baby / anything’s possible / the highs are unstoppable / it’s so uncontrollable, it’s crazy / we say we won’t, and then we do / you’re all I want / I never say never with you,” Swindell and Wilson sing during the chorus.
The song is destined to become Swindell and Wilson’s next chart-topping hit as the track’s infectious sound begs for radio airplay.
Listen to the teaser of the new song below.
Swindell and Wilson teased the song on social media ahead of it’s release in a video on social media. The clip found the two chart-topping singers seated at a table having a comical conversation.
“I’ve been waiting a long time for this one,” Swindell captioned the clip.
“Cole Swindell, I think we got us a good one,” Wilson added.
The comical conversation ended with Wilson asking Swindell, “Cole, whatcha say we do a song together?”
“I’d Never Say Never with you,” Swindell then replied, before smirking at the camera.
Co-written by Swindell alongside Jessi Alexander and Chase McGill, the track will be released across all streaming platforms on Thursday, Nov. 18 and will impact country radio on Monday, Nov. 22.
“Never Say Never” will follow Swindell’s latest No. 1 hits “Love You Too Late” and “Single Saturday Night.”
The song will also mark the follow-up to Wilson’s first-ever No. 1 single, “Things A Man Oughta Know.”
Fans can pre-save and preorder the new song now HERE.