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Townes announces full-length debut

Thursday, April 30, 2020 – Tenille Townes, the Canadian singer behind "Somebody's Daughter," will put out her debut album, "The Lemonade Stand," on June 26 via Columbia Nashville and RCA Records.

This is the follow-up to her "Road to the Lemonade" EP that came out in February. The project was produced by Jay Joyce and includes 12 tracks co-written by Townes, including five songs from the EP.

The new album also includes "Jersey On The Wall (I'm Just Asking)," the pensive song, which questions God. "Somebody's Daughter" has gained airplay for Townes, who has been active on the livestream circuit during COVID-19.

The track list is:
1. "Holding Out For The One"
2. "Where You Are"
3. "Jersey On The Wall (I'm Just Asking)"
4. "Lighthouse"
5. "White Horse"
6. "I Kept The Roses"
7. "When I Meet My Maker"
8. "Come As you Are"
9. "The Way You Look Tonight"
10. "Find You"
11. "Somebody's Daughter"
12. "The Most Beautiful Things"

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