You Should Be Here

Cole Swindell

You Should Be Here

Swindell continues his ascent with an impressive collection of heartfelt country. You Should Be Here is a seamless combination of top-shelf pop mischief (“No Can Left Behind,” the Dierks Bentley-assisted “Flatliner”) and devastating ballads (the gorgeous, career-defining title cut) that accentuates his talent for delivering the latter. “I don’t want to be a regret/Or the one that she forgets,” he sings on the haunting closer. “No, I don’t want to be a June to September/I want to be one of those remember boys.”

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