Mitchell Tenpenny Takes Fans’ Advice on Picking New Single

He's sending 'Anything She Says' (Featuring Seaforth) to country radio next month.

Written by Chris Parton
Mitchell Tenpenny Takes Fans’ Advice on Picking New Single
Mitchell Tenpenny; Photo credit: Matthew Berinato

Artists usually spend a ton of time figuring out which songs will become their next single. They deliberate with their teams, crunch numbers … flip a coin. Anything it takes to make a difficult choice a little easier. Or, if you’re Mitchell Tenpenny, you just let your fans decide.

The rising hit maker is sending “Anything She Says” (featuring Seaforth) to country radio, and he says it was an easy call. The track has been streamed more than 10 million times since he put it online this summer, after all.

“Man, you have humbled me with your response to this song,” Mitchell said in a statement. “We have heard you loud and clear.”

Penned by Tenpenny with the Seaforth duo (Tom Jordan, Mitch Thompson), Andy Albbertd and Jordan Schmidt, the slow-grooving jam is filled with easy-breezy romance and sandy vocals, and will officially start spinning at radio on November 18. It marks the follow up to Tenpenny’s boozy “Alcohol You Later” and the double-Platinum success of “Drunk Me,” and will likely be part of the Nashville native’s next album project.

Seaforth, the Australian duo behind this year’s “Love That” debut, have also been featured on Tenpenny’s headlining Anything She Says Tour, which continues with coast-to-coast dates through December 15 in New York City.

Remaining Anything She Says Tour Dates:
Oct. 25 | Georgia Theatre – Athens, GA
Oct. 27 | House of Blues – Lake Buena Vista, FL
Oct. 31 | Upstate Concert Hall – Clifton Park, NY
Nov. 01 | Starland Ballroom – Sayreville, NJ
Nov. 02 | Turning Stone Resort Casino – Verona, NY
Nov. 22 | Coyote Joe’s – Charlotte, NC
Nov. 23 | Blind Horse Saloon – Greenville, SC
Dec. 04 | House of Blues – Anaheim, CA
Dec. 08 | Ace of Spades – Sacramento, CA
Dec. 14 | Royal Oak Theatre – Royal Oak, MI
Dec. 15 | Webster Hall – New York, NY