Sam Tinnesz Releases Tragically Inspiring "I Don't Miss You"

Tinnesz Transcends Genres As Millions Discover His Music, Streaming, Social Numbers Triple
NASHVILLE, Tenn. - March 5, 2021 - PRLog -- Multi-genre, hitmaking songwriter and recording artist Sam Tinnesz is known for developing alternative powerhouses like Ruelle while his own voice drives hits like the 150+million-times-streamed "Play With Fire" and the Top 40 Dance collab with billion-times-streamed pop staple Kygo, "Don't Give Up On Love." Most recently, Tinnesz's vocal instrument is featured on the 2021 Virgin Records pop dance track "Fences," which he wrote and recorded with Stefy De Cicco and Wasback. Now the versatile performer returns today (March 5) with his most personal song to date, "I Don't Miss You (," available at digital and streaming outlets worldwide.

Written with Aaron Chafin (ROZES, Chaz Cardigan, Kyd The Band) and mastered by Chris Gehringer (Dua Lipa, Blackpink, Machine Gun Kelly), Tinnesz's "I Don't Miss You" is a new "break-up" song upon first listen, but as with many of Tinnesz's songs, this one is layered with multiple meanings. Digging down, this heart-pounding track reveals a much deeper wound.

No stranger to tough, character-building times, the son of an Air-Force pilot, Tinnesz lost his father as a child to complications from a virus and watched his mother's grief take shape in real-time throughout the years.

"I was only eight-years-old when my dad died," remembers Tinnesz, "and ever since then I've been trying to fill that hole in my life to feel less incomplete. This song is my journey of dealing with loss. It's me coming to terms with it and fighting the denial to face the reality of his absence."

Now as a husband and father, Tinnesz's experiences have inspired his musical passion and winding journey of discovery, survival and hope renewed. He wants others to know, they are not alone.

"I hope this song brings comfort and healing to people going through the same in 2021," says Tinnesz. "Amidst COVID, suicide and divorce are at an all-time high right now, so it felt like the right moment to release such a personal song."

In less than two years, Tinnesz has watched his Spotify numbers grow from one million monthly listeners to over 2.7 million (223M+ streams) and his followers grow from 22,000 to over 100,000. Since July 2019, his YouTube ( subscribers have grown from 100,000 to 250,000. At the end of 2019, he had about 11.5 million plays on Apple Music and now has over 28 million.

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