After a long hold up, Shania Twain fans can at last delight in some new music. The country artist discharged her initially single in five years on Thursday with the apropos named tune “Life’s About To Get Good,” a perky song of praise commending life’s sudden experiences.
The 51-year-old GRAMMY Victor dropped the new melody to declare the discharge date of her up and coming collection, NOW, her first collection since Up!, discharged in 2002.
Presently will hit racks and digital stores Sept. 29, and will be discharged as a standard adaptation containing 12 tracks, and a grand 16-track form too.
Twain talked with ET about her up and coming collection back in April, where she said she’s eager to be “commencing the late spring with another melody, and after that, I’m completing the mid-year with the arrival of the album.”
“I composed the entire collection myself, so it’s a genuine proclamation of autonomy,” she clarified. “Creative Independence is something that I haven’t had in a truly long time. It was truly unnerving taking that jump… The principal single is so idealistic and confident – paying little respect to how awful life could get. I truly required that message.”