Tenille Arts "Back Then, Right Now" has a Small Town Feel
Canadian born Tenille Arts grew up in the small town of Weyburn, Saskatchewan. Arts took piano, singing lessons, and began songwriting in her teens. After finishing high school, she moved to Nashville and signed a record deal before releasing "Breathe."
In 2017, Arts released her debut studio album Rebel Child, which included the hit single "Cold Feet." In January of 2020, her second album was available titled Love, Heartbreak & Everything in Between. The singles "Everybody Knows Everybody" and "Give It To Me Straight" climbed high on the Canadian Country Charts. The Canadian Country Music Association selected Arts as Rising Star of the Year and nominated her album for Album of the Year.
Arts is back with a single titled "Back Then, Right Now," which has a small town throwback feel. The video begins with her cruising around on a summer day and picking up friends. The song concludes with the high school band joining in and dancing down the main street.
The chorus to "Back The, Right Now":
I could use a little cold can, full moon
I could sing a little map dot, hallelujah
I could use a little back to my roots
That’s the truth
I could really use a little down-home slowdown
A little bit of look back on how
The whole wide world was one small town
I could use a little back then right now
Arts is currently on tour with Lady A: What A Song Can Do Tour 2021
Tenille Arts - "Back Then, Right Now"