Canadian singer and songwriter Shania Twain paints a huge smile on her fans’ faces after she releases a brand new music video for her latest single, Life’s About to Get Good. Six years after her last music release, Twain is finally back on track to wow her audience.
The song was written and performed by Shania herself and it was co-produced by Ron Aniello and Matthew Koma. The single was recently out on music stores on June 15, 2017. Life’s About to Get Good serves as the lead single for the upcoming 5th studio album of Twain, Now.
During the 2017 Stagecoach Festival, Twain announced her upcoming new single. After the release of its music video, critics reviewed the track as “a bouncy, optimistic number about moving from troubled times into better days.” Jon Freeman of Rolling Stone further adds that “the tune has a touch of Jeff Lynne’s hyper-melodic work with Electric Light Orchestra in its DNA, from the stacked harmonies to the right combination of chords.” In addition, Andrew Unterberger from Billboard reacts to Twain’s new single by citing that the track is “a rollicking anthem of folk-pop perseverance with a gently throbbing pulse. It’s marvelous, it’s irresistible—it’s Come On Over-worthy, which 20 years later is still pretty much the highest compliment you can give to a song of its ilk.”
In the music video, Twain is seen in a tropical resort while she reminisces about her past. References to the sensational singer’s ugly divorce with ex-husband Mutt Lange, along with some of Twain’s iconic fashion statements like her outfit in Man! I Feel Like a Woman! were also featured in the video. Life’s About to Get Good peaked at the 33rd spot on the US Hot Country Songs, 36th on the US Country Airplay, 70th on the Canadian Hot 100 and 26th on the Canada Country Billboard.
With feel good lyrics that go, “Life’s about joy/ Life’s about pain/ It’s all about forgiving and the will to walk away/ I’m ready to be loved/ And love the way I should/ Life’s about, life’s about to get good”, fans will surely drive the audience to laugh at their mistakes and continue moving forward.
Watch the uplifting music video here: