Tenille Townes’ brand new song “Girl Who Didn’t Care” is available now, June 25th, on all streaming platforms. Check out the track below as we dig a little deeper into the new music.
Tenille Townes is one of our favorite songstresses in the country music world right now. She delivers songs that are authentic to who she is and her unique story. Each track she releases is personal and relatable. Today, Townes drops her brand new song “Girl Who Didn’t Care.”
Co-written by Townes with songwriters, David Pramik and Steph Jones, the song reminds us all of our inner child. The singer honestly conveys how it feels to be disconnected from who you once were. Like many of us, as children we are carefree, something that we tend to lose in adulthood. This song expresses that notion in such a way that feels therapeutic and important. As the first song off her forthcoming project, it definitely sets the tone perfectly.
“I wanna worry a little less, love a little more // Barefoot in a dress, dancing on the floor // Like I did, back when, when I was younger // Making up the songs, playing in my head // Didn’t matter what anybody said // Didn’t need to be like the others // Giant dreams and wild hair // Yeah, I know she’s still in there somewhere // Is the girl who didn’t care”
In a recent press release, Townes shares, “something happens to all of us at some point in our lives when we start noticing the cracks.” She goes on to share, “We start realizing that we care about what somebody else thinks. That we want to belong and be accepted, and we’re scared we won’t be.”
We love and appreciate the singer-songwriter’s vulnerability in her music. “Girl Who Didn’t Care” excites us for her future project.
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“Girl Who Didn’t Care” is available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released tunes on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.