Tenille Townes performed her latest single, "Somebody's Daughter," on the Today Show in the Artist Lounge as part of the Citi Summer Concert series.

Townes' performance showed off just how unique and controlled her vocal capabilities are. The song acts as the first taste for fans from her upcoming studio album on Columbia Nashville.

"Such an honor to play @TODAYshow," Townes tweeted. "Can’t believe this just happened! Thank you for having me. I’ll never forget my first morning show performance. What a wild thing to get to share this song on such a cool platform."

Townes recently recorded a new version of the empowering song with Troop 6000 of the Girl Scouts of Middle Tennessee. This specific troop serves girls who do not have permanent housing. The new version features the children singing with Townes creating a beautiful harmony of vocals that is sure to leave you with chills.

"This version of this song is so special to me and I’m so glad you can officially hear it now," Townes tweeted. "These girls and their voices, their stories and their courage inspire me so much."

Townes is currently supporting Dierks Bentley on his Burning Man Tour through Sept. alongside Jon Pardi and Bentley's 90's cover band, Hot Country Knights.

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This fall Townes will be supporting an all-female tour, Miranda Lambert's Roadside Bars and Pink Guitars TourPistol Annies will support at all 21 tour dates along with a rotating cast of solo female artists including Townes, Elle King, Caylee HammackMaren Morris and Ashley McBryde. The tour kicks off on Sept. 13 in Uncasville, Conn. and wraps on Nov. 23 in Greensboro, N.C.