Just released, this song showcases why Tenille Townes is one of country music's most-exciting newcomers.
“Something happens to all of us at some point in our lives when we start noticing the cracks. 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,” Townes says about the new song.
“We start measuring our worth against everything else around us. Childhood innocence doesn’t just wait around. Once it’s gone, it’s gone. But the wonder? I think that’s always a part of us if we want to remember it.”
Townes wrote “Girl Who Didn’t Care” with David Pramik and Steph Jones, and with its release on June 25, Townes begins the next chapter of her artistic career, almost a full year to the day, from when she released her debut album The Lemonade Stand (June 26, 2020), an album that most recently was awarded the Country Album of the Year at the 50th Annual JUNO Awards (Canada).