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Arts announces sophomore disc

Wednesday, December 11, 2019 – Canadian singer Tenille Arts will release her sophomore album, "Love, Heartbreak & Everything in Between," on Jan. 10.

"I can't believe this is really happening, but it's official... 'Love, Heartbreak, & Everything in Between' is a musical combination of every edge of my emotions over the past year," Arts said on her website.

Arts had a hand in writing all 12 songs, including writing two by h erself.

The track list is:
1. "Somebody Like That" * - Tenille Arts, Alex Kline, Allison Margaret Cruz
2. "Slow It Down" *** - Tenille Arts, Josh Logan, Grant Vogelfanger
3. "Wild Love" **** - Tenille Arts, Derek George, Palmer Lee
4. "Butterfly Effect" * - Tenille Arts, Lizzy McAvoy, Adam Wheeler
5. "I Hate This" ** - Tenille Arts, Adam Wheeler
6. "Nothing to See Here" ** - Tenille Arts, Whitney Duncan
7. "Another Life" ** - Tenille Arts
8. "Right Guy, Wrong Time" ** - Tenille Arts
9. "Call You Names" * - Tenille Arts, James Slater
10. "Missing You" * - Tenille Arts, Alex Kline, Allison Margaret Cruz
11. "Wouldn't You Like to Know" * - Tenille Arts, Alex Kline, Allison Margaret Cruz
12. "Everybody Knows Everybody" * - Tenille Arts, Alex Kline, Allison Margaret Cruz
* Produced by Alex Kline
** Produced by Adam Wheeler and Matt Rovey
*** Produced by Grant Vogelfanger
**** Produced by Derek George

Arts has made two appearances on The Bachelor with a third slated for January when she will sing her single "Something Like That."

Arts is on Reviver Records, the home of Thompson Square, David Lee Murphy and Big & Rich.

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