Cole Swindell Filmed His New 'Some Habits' Music Video In One Take

By Kelly Fisher

September 10, 2021

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Cole Swindell just debuted his latest single, and the emojis finally make sense.

The “Ain’t Worth The Whiskey” singer released “Some Habits” on Friday (September 10). The release comes after weeks of teasing new music with just a few emojis: a drink, a Bible and a heart. Swindell added another one to the mix when a fan tweeted that she didn’t “even know what I’m pre-saving…but IM READY.” Swindell retweeted her with a hand-pointing emoji, seemingly directing other fans to follow her lead. Fans tweeted Friday morning that Swindell “absolutely CRUSHED IT,” and one said that she's played the single on repeat since 6 a.m.

“Some Habits is out NOW. Love everything about this song and I’m so excited for y’all to hear it! New music is a good feeling,” Swindell announced on his social media channels on Friday morning. He also revealed that the music video “was shot all in one take and I love how it came out.” The country crooner sings on the new track:

“Good bourbon is hard to put down / That high road is hard to stay on / That Good Book gets hard to pick up / That old me is hard to turn off / Girl, I’ve been trying like hell / Might be getting ahead of myself / But the longer I love you, the more I know / Some habits ain’t meant to be broke”

Watch the music video for Swindell's newest single here:

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