Shania Twain is back for her fans with her highly-anticipated new record, Shania Now. The carrier single is “Life’s About to Get Good.”
Who is not excited about Shania Twain’s album launch after fifteen years? Imagine, more than a decade waiting for the queen’s comeback! By the way, check out this amazing tiny cabin kit guide!
Last June 14, she revealed the project’s title, cover image and release on social media. The album cover was posted on Instagram, its September 29th release date. The cover art for “Life’s About to Get Good” (the album’s first single) on Twitter.
The feels of “That Don’t Impress Me Much” is evident with the new album cover. And, at 51, she looks amazing. Don’t you think? The cover is black-and-white and the songstress is donning leopard.
On Shania’s New Single
Last April at the 2017 Stagecoach Country Music Festival, she came back with her single “Life’s About to Get Good.” After her divorce with former husband Mutt Lange, it seems like the song reflects deep rooted feelings in the lyrics. It says, “I had to believe that things would get better / I tried to forget you, forget her.”[advert id=”193533″]
In an interview she said, “I let the songwriting lead the way and let the stories go where they wanted to go. I wanted to make sure I nurtured the authenticity and the acoustic elements in the album. I wanted to be true to my influences and to myself, and, stylistically, it just ended up being very diverse from one song to the next.”
Her new song “Life’s About to Get Good” gives a positive and empowered vibe to it with her saying, “You can’t have the good without the bad. And that’s what the song ended up being about.”
The song starts out about the pain of trusting someone who ends up breaking it then shattering you. However, it progresses into the beauty of forgiving and forgetting, moving on and forward. It talks about the balance of life and the emotions that come with it. Then ending with hope, optimism and just being strong; ready for love again.
Well, I can’t help but agree because life is always good and it’s always a decision you make to feel good about it or, just rut if you focus on how bad it is.
You can listen to the song — which hit number one on the Billboard + Twitter Trending 140 chart Thursday morning — on YouTube.
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