Cole Swindell's brand new video for his hit "Flatliner" premiered yesterday (Monday, March 27th) online at usatoday.com. The clip features his duet partner Dierks Bentley. The performance video was shot in front of a capacity crowd on Dierks' headlining What The Hell World tour stop in Sioux Falls, SD.
Cole told 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 top that feeling. Now, I find myself in a place every night having the opportunity to get up on stage with Dierks Bentley- one of my favorite artists and an artist I have looked up to as a mentor since before I moved to Nashville. Not only do I have this opportunity opening for his ‘What The Hell World Tour’ but he brings me out during his set to perform “Flatliner”- one of my songs. It’s unbelievable. Dierks is so gracious. I have said since the day this song was released that I wrote ‘Flatliner’ about four years ago with him in mind to record it. Never in my wildest dreams did I think he would record it with me for my own album one day. And here we are. This is such a fun, highly energized and, honestly, surreal moment each and every night of the tour for me that there was no question in my mind of how I wanted to capture this video.”
“Flatliner” is the third single from Cole’s sophomore album, You Should Be Here.