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Tenpenny unveils track list

Friday, August 5, 2022 – Mitchell Tenpenny unveiled the track list of his upcoming 20-song album, "This Is The Heavy," coming Sept. 16 on River House/Columbia Nashville/Sony Music Nashville.

Tenpenny co-wrote every song and co-produced the project with Jordan M. Schmidt. Tenpenny also put out a new song, "Always Something With You," today from the release.

"It's big. It's loud. It's in your face and drum heavy," Tenpenny said with the music being country and rock.

The album includes his single, "Truth About You," that he debuted on TikTok. He has a second single on the charts – his collaboration with Chris Young on their co-written Top 10 hit, "At The End Of A Bar."

The track list is:
1. "This Is the Heavy" (Mitchell Tenpenny, Zach Kale, Josh Kear, Jordan Schmidt, Michael Whitworth)
2. "Good Place" (Tenpenny, Kale, Kear, Whitworth)
3. "Always Something with You" (Tenpenny, Ashley Gorley, Matt Rogers, Schmidt)
4. "We Got History" (Tenpenny, Andy Albert, Devin Dawson, Schmidt)
5. "Truth About You" (Tenpenny, Matt Alderman, Thomas Archer)
6. "Sleeping Alone" (Tenpenny, Brad Clawson, Rodney Clawson, Schmidt)
7. "More Than Whiskey Does" (Tenpenny, Albert, Kyle Fishman, Jordan Schmidt)
8. "Obsession" (Tenpenny, Daniel Ross, Whitworth)
9. "Good and Gone" (Tenpenny, Zach Abend, Seth Ennis, Geoff Warburton)
10. "Do You" (Tenpenny, Chris DeStefano, Claire Douglas, Whitworth)
11. "Bucket List" (Tenpenny, DeStefano, Laura Veltz)
12. "Cry Baby" (Tenpenny, Will Weatherly, Dallas Wilson)
13. "Miss You Cause I'm Drinking" (Tenpenny, Jesse Frasure, Emma-Lee)
14. "Elephant in the Room" (Tenpenny, Christian Griswold, Sean Small, Sam Sumser, Jaten Dimsdale)
15. "Happy and I Hate It" (Tenpenny, Schmidt, Warburton)
16. "Now We're Talking" (Tenpenny, Albert, Schmidt, Warburton)
17. "Losers" (Tenpenny, Albert, J. T. Harding, Daniel Ross)
18. "Still Thinkin' 'Bout You" (Tenpenny, Archer, Fishman)
19. "Long as You Let Me" (Tenpenny, Archer, Fishman, Schmidt)
20. "That's How She Goes" (Tenpenny, Brett Warren, Brad Warren)


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