Bad Blocks Music’s fast rising country artist Tucker Wetmore has released his highly anticipated debut single, “Wine Into Whiskey.”

The song first broke onto TikTok back in December of 2023 when Wetmore began teasing the song, which garnered over 65 thousand pre-saves, over 16 million TikTok views and over 24K+ user-generated videos ahead of release with no signs of slowing down

Putting out my debut single is a moment I’ve been waiting for for a very long time. This song felt like the right first release because of how it resonated with people,” shares Wetmore. “Growing up with four sisters who mean everything to me, I’ve witnessed how they’ve been treated in relationships, and that was the inspiration behind this song. Two of my best friends, Jacob Hackworth and Justin Ebach helped me bring it to life, and I thought it’d be a good way to bring light to situations that others might be going through. Maybe, it might even help a few boys turn into men through a little self-reflection if they are on the wrong side of the narrative. This is just the beginning of what I’ve got in store, and I’m pumped for y’all to finally have it.”

Listen to the single below.

“Wine Into Whiskey” narrates the regret-laden end of a relationship, giving listeners an often untold glimpse into a girl’s heartbreak from a guy’s perspective. From the outside looking in at his sisters’ different heartbreaks, Wetmore crafted a narrative that acknowledges self-sabotage and the struggle between a man’s nature and a partner’s genuine efforts to salvage the relationship. The dramatic beat and Wetmore’s twangy Country vocals build to a heartbreaking crescendo as the chorus hits, intensifying the pain as he watches her once sweet wine turn into harsh and intoxicating whiskey.

As “Wine Into Whiskey” continues to build Wetmore’s following to over 600K strong, fans continue to simultaneously clamor for the unreleased track “Wind Up Missing You.” Reaching over 38K user-generated videos and more than 7.5M views, the Country crooner continues to build his catalog of songs, with more music expected very soon.

Since moving to Nashville in 2020, the small-town Kalama, Wash. native inked a publishing deal with Back Blocks Music in 2023 – which is also home to songwriters Lily Rose, Ashley Cooke and Blake Pendergrass – as he continues to hone his craft in some of Music City’s most sought-after writing rooms. Come April, Wetmore will hit the road for the first time on Kameron Marlowe‘s Strangers Tour, kicking off in Nacogdoches, Texas (4/4) and will span across the U.S. before concluding on May 23 in Fort Myers, Fla.. Keep up with Wetmore on Instagram, TikTok, YouTubeand his website at