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NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Riser House/Columbia Nashville artist Mitchell Tenpenny is ringing in the New Year by delivering a new song to his fans, “Bucket List.” Mitchell, who wrote the song with Chris DeStefano and Laura Veltz, hopes to encourage his fans to broaden their yearly resolutions into life goals, ‘love a little more, dream a little deeper.’ People Magazine exclusively announced the release of “Bucket List” January 1, 2021. Get the song HERE.

“‘Bucket List’ is about trying to live everyday like it’s your last. You never know how long you have on this earth, so you need to try and live it to the fullest,” shared Mitchell. “I think it’s perfect timing for this song because 2020 was completely unexpected and a lot of people lost so much. And though this song does not speak to the pandemic per-say, it does speak to making sure you truly live every day. My hope is that it inspires people to make goals and try to cross them off as fast as possible.”

Before the holidays Mitchell was able to cross off a few of his bucket list items while filming the song’s soon-to-be-released music video in the state of Arizona. Among the sites and places, he visited included Sedona, the Grand Canyon, Monument Valley, and Lake Powell/Antelope Canyon. Watch the lyric video HERE.

“Bucket List” is one of four songs he’s recorded and released for his fans since January of last year, including “Can’t Go To Church,” “Here,” and his cover of “Someone You Loved” in addition to the Neon Christmas EP released for the holidays. Mitchell’s fans can hear his latest single, “Broken Up,” at country radio now.  See the “Broken Up” video HERE.

About Mitchell Tenpenny
Since he released his debut single, “Drunk Me,” Riser House/Columbia Nashville artist Mitchell Tenpenny has set new standards for breakout success in country music. The 2X Platinum-certified, No. 1 hit was taken from his introductory album, Telling All My Secrets, which arrived in December 2018 and earned him the best first week showing for any major label country debut LP of that year. To date, “Drunk Me” has amassed over 400 million on-demand streams. In February 2019, the “winning” singer (the New York Times) was nominated for New Male Artist of the Year at the ACM Awards and Breakthrough Video (“Drunk Me”) at the CMT Music Awards.

Later that year, he kicked off his first headlining concert series, the “Anything She Says Tour,” with labelmates and award-winning duo Seaforth joining as support. Seaforth is also featured on the gold-selling song, “Anything She Says.” In the past few months, the singer-songwriter released two fan favorites: “Can’t Go To Church” and “Here.” With his latest offering, “Broken Up,” Mitchell revisits one of his signature themes: breaking up. But this time, with his swooning tenor over a propulsive beat, he looks inward, taking ownership of his feelings to craft one of his most personal releases to date. | Facebook |  Twitter |  Instagram | YouTube