About The Artist
On her award-winning Columbia Nashville/RCA Records debut, The Lemonade Stand, Tenille Townes established herself as a keen observer, a songwriter who could illuminate the human condition and share universal truths with heartfelt insight. For her new music set to release in 2021, the gifted singer/songwriter goes even deeper with relatable new songs that are exceptionally vulnerable and authentic. é"I still love writing songs from the observeré's perspective,é" Townes says, é"but the time Ié've spent writing and reflecting this past year, has challenged me to dig further into my own emotions. This new season of music feels like ité's coming from a more personal place. I love thinking about how the music knows where ité's taking me. I trust it. Even in this new, more vulnerable place.é" é"Girl Who Didné't Careé" was inspired by walks Townes took in her neighborhood during the pandemic. é"I love running into different neighbor kids on my street, looking at sidewalk art and just little moments of being able to capture the wonder and the way that they see the world,é" she shares. é"The ability to have love in their heart for anybody, not afraid of failing or not being good enough. Something happens to all of us at some point when we start noticing the cracksé", she continues.