Tenpenny delivers "Truth About You"
Tuesday, August 3, 2021
– Mitchell Tenpenny is delivering "Truth About You" to radio.
Tenpenny previously previewed the song on TikTok in early July with fans streaming the song 2.5 million times in the first three days, and within a week the number doubled. The song goes for ads on Aug. 16.
"I have the best and most reactive fans," said Mitchell. "Their instantaneous feedback is invaluable to me as an artist. There is nothing more gratifying than making music for them."
Written by Mitchell, Matt Alderman and Thomas Archer, "Truth About You" is the third new song Mitchell has released in 2021. The track will appear on an EP set to debut later this summer.
This fall, Tenpenny will be a special guest on Chris Young's "Famous Friends Tour 2021," playing 13 arena and amphitheater dates October through December, kicking off Oct. 21 in Little Rock, Ark.
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