Riser House/Columbia Nashville recording artist Mitchell Tenpenny is rolling out his new eight-song EP, Midtown Diaries, on Sept. 10.
All eight tracks on the new project were co-written by Tenpenny, including his current single “Truth About You,” which became the largest streaming debut of his career, garnering 2.5 million streams in its first three days of release. Tenpenny also helped co-produce Midtown Diaries alongside Jordan M. Schmidt.
“We’ve waited a very long time to bring our fans a new collection of music,” said Mitchell. “I’m so pumped with their enthusiasm each time we release a new song. Their feedback is priceless and it lets us know exactly how we are doing and feeds my creativity.”
Tenpenny’s No. 1 debut single, “Drunk Me,” has been certified 2X Platinum and has amassed over 500 million on-demand streams. The breakout track was featured on his introductory 2018 album, Telling All My Secrets, which earned him the best first week showing for any major label country debut LP. Since then, he has been nominated for New Male Artist of the Year at the ACM Awards and Breakthrough Video (“Drunk Me”) at the CMT Music Awards, while also seeing his “Alcohol You Later” and “Anything She Says” singles certified gold.
This fall Tenpenny will accompany Chris Young on his Famous Friends Tour 2021, playing 13 arena and amphitheater dates from October through December. The run will kick off Oct. 21 at Little Rock, Arkansas’s First Security Amphitheater.
Midtown Diaries Track List:
1. To Us It Did (Mitchell Tenpenny/Michael Hardy/Jordan Schmidt)
2. Good Thing (Mitchell Tenpenny/Thomas Archer/Kyle Fishman)
3. I Can’t Love You Any More (Mitchell Tenpenny/Michael Hardy/Jordan Schmidt)
4. Bucket List (Mitchell Tenpenny/Chris DeStefano/Laura Veltz)
5. Truth About You (Mitchell Tenpenny/Matt Alderman/Thomas Archer)
6. A Girl’s Love (Mitchell Tenpenny/Jordan Schmidt/Brad Tursi)
7. Don’t Let Me Let You (Mitchell Tenpenny/Daniel Ross/Michael Whitworth)
8. She Hates Me Too (Mitchell Tenpenny/Kyle Fishman/Justin Wilson)
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