Kane Brown will try to score his sixth consecutive No. 1 single on the country charts with the release of “Cool Again.”
The brand-new tune, which Kane co-penned with Josh Hoge, Matthew McGinn and Lindsay Rimes, will ship to country radio on April 27.
“Cool Again” finds Kane longing for a past relationship as he croons the mellow chorus: “’Cause I just wanna be cool again, cool again, cool again / Like we were last summer / Want you again, you again, you again / To be stealin’ my covers / All those tangled in each other nights still playin’ back in my head / I just wanna be cool again, cool again, cool again, yeah.”
“‘Cool Again,’ at first, was a song that was about a breakup—it was about you just wanted to be with the girl or with the boy that you had last summer and everything was fine and now it’s not,” says Kane. “But in today’s terms, it’s a whole new song for me because it’s like you just want everything to go back to how it was [before] this quarantine, you know, like the summer that you used to have—being able to hang out with your friends—the whole song has changed for me.”
“Cool Again” may be a sample of what’s to come on Kane’s third studio album, as the new tune is not featured on his 2018 sophomore album, Experiment.
Watch Kane’s new lyric video for “Cool Again” below.
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