Multiple JUNO Award-winning Canadian indie-pop band Walk off the Earth have recruited fellow 14-time Canadian Country Music Award winner Tenille Townes for the rousing anthem “Tomorrow Can Wait” available to stream on all digital platforms now via Golden Carrot Records/The Orchard.
Multiple JUNO Award winners Walk off the Earth share, “This song is about living in the moment and enjoying what’s right in-front of you instead of worrying about tomorrow. The story follows a couple in a long-distance relationship that realize it doesn’t matter where they are as long as they have each other and that the greatest distance can be bridged. When thinking about a collaboration for the track Tenille Townes came to our minds immediately. We love her sound and are so grateful that she can share her amazing vocals with us.”
Reigning CCMA Entertainer of the Year Tenille Townes adds, “From the moment I heard ‘Tomorrow Can Wait,’ I was so excited for the opportunity to be a part of it. There’s something about this song that transports you to the exact moment you are in right now, and that’s a powerful place. I know what it means to get lost in the noise of our minds and in everything happening around us in a day, and to treasure the moments and the people who bring us back to center is important and beautiful. I love the way this song stands up for that. I’ve been a fan of Walk off the Earth for a long time, and it is a true joy to sing together with them on this song!”
Walk off the Earth continues to push the envelope. Earlier this year, the band earned their 12th JUNO Award nomination for their collaborative children’s record with Romeo Eats – WOTE lead singers Gianni Luminati and Sarah Blackwood’s 3-year-old son – who made headlines for becoming the youngest nominee in JUNO history. Since 2020, the band have collaborated with the likes of Tyler Shaw, gnash, Phillip Phillips, D-Smoke, and Lukas Graham, released two collaborative children’s albums (Romeo Eats Vol. 1 and Vol. 2), launched an original children’s web series (Romeo Eats), dropped their sixth full-length pop record (Meet You There), and surpassed 1 billion views across their massive YouTube channel.
Based just outside of Toronto, Walk off the Earth gained worldwide attention with their brilliant 5-people-playing-one-guitar interpretation of Gotye’s “Somebody That I Used to Know” exploded on YouTube, garnering over 192 million views. Since then, the band has released a string of successful original songs including, “I’ll Be There,” “Red Hands” (#1 at AAA), “Fire In My Soul” and “Rule The World” (multi-platinum in Canada); sold-out venues across the globe from Red Rocks to Sydney Opera House to Wembley to Carnegie Hall; and collaborated with some of the biggest artists in the world including Keith Urban, Snoop Dogg, Lukas Graham, gnash, Nicky Romero, and Steve Aoki. Walk off the Earth has sold over 1 million records worldwide and has accumulated over 1.1 billion cumulative YouTube views and 8 million social media followers.
The award-winning singer, songwriter and musician Tenille Townes released her new project Masquerades on April 22nd via Columbia Nashville/Sony Music Nashville in partnership with RCA Records. A meditation on duality, self-reflection, and embracing flaws, Masquerades follows her acclaimed debut album The Lemonade Stand, which was named Country Album of the Year at the 50th JUNO Awards.
Townes is a 14-time Canadian Country Music Award Winner (CCMA), and is the reigning CCMA Entertainer of the Year. The two-time ACM Award-winner is also the first female artist in Mediabase Canada history to achieve two No. 1 singles (Music Canada Gold-certified “Jersey On The Wall (I’m Just Asking),” Music Canada Platinum-certified and RIAA Gold-certified “Somebody’s Daughter”).
Following standout support runs with Dierks Bentley, Miranda Lambert, Brothers Osborne, George Strait and Reba, Townes is headlining shows across the globe in Australia, Canada, The United Kingdom, Ireland, The Netherlands, Germany and the US. Her international touring efforts earned her a nomination for CMA’s International Achievement award.
A Forbes 30 Under 30 honoree, Townes has been featured by NPR, Variety, Refinery29, Billboard, Rolling Stone, NBC’s “TODAY,” BBC and more. Additionally, she has raised over $2.5 million for Big Hearts For Big Kids, a non-profit she started when she was 12 years old to benefit a youth shelter in her hometown, which has grown to support organizations such as Girl Scouts of Middle Tennessee, S.A.F.E. Animal Haven, and the Manna House.