Cole’s Swindell’s "Down Home Sessions V" has rules: "No workin’ during during drinkin’ hours"

ABC/Image Group LA If you can’t wait for the weekend, Cole Swindell has the perfect song for five o’clock on Friday.

“No workin’ during drinkin’ hours, round here we ain’t got no boss,” he sings on the first track released from his fifth Down Home Sessions EP. You can stream or download “Drinkin’ Hours” now.   

“I can’t believe I am about to release my fifth Down Home Sessions,” the Georgia native says. “It’s one of my favorite projects because it allows me to share songs I have written between albums.”

“I’m excited to roll this one out a little differently by giving the fans one song a month for the next five months, focusing on fun uptempo music!” he explains.

The four previous Down Home Sessions EPs came out in the fall to support Cole’s Down Home tours.

Down Home Sessions V also celebrates Cole's five years in the music business. He signed his record deal with Warner Nashville in July of 2014.

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