Cole Swindell has shared his new single, "Let Me See Ya Girl," the fourth release off of his self-titled debut album.

The singer, who was recently named New Artist of the Year at the 2015 ACM Awards, co-wrote the track with Michael Carter and Jody Stevens. The song has a similar feel to Swindell's first big hit, "Chillin' It," which landed at No. 2 on Billboard's Country Airplay chart.

While some country artists are trending away from the "bro-country" style, Swindell seems to be embracing it wholeheartedly on this track, which features lyrics about tailgates and the Tennessee moonlight.

“I can see you gettin’ my tailgate rockin’ / Moving your hips like the wind moves cotton / You can get the whole wide countryside hoppin’,” Swindell sings. “... Whoa, baby, let’s go down a little road nobody else knows / Just me and you, parked on the edge of the world / That’s how I wanna see you, girl.”

Cole Swindell is available for download via iTunes and Amazon. Swindell will be spending much of the summer out on the road with Kenny Chesney, as an opening act on Chesney's 2015 The Big Revival Tour. A complete list of tour dates is available at

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