Life Is About To Get Good…Shania Twain’s New Single Is Here!

Good news Shania fans! The long anticipated wait for new music from the Country superstar is now over…Shania Twain has released her brand-new single, “Life’s About to Get Good.” The song will also be going for adds on country radio beginning on Monday, June 19th.

Twain wrote the single completely on her own and was produced by Matthew Koma and Ron Aniello. “Life’s About to Get Good” draws inspiration from Twain’s muddled divorce from her former husband and producer, Robert John “Mutt” Lange.

“I wasn’t just broken, I was shattered / I trusted you so much, you’re all that mattered / You no longer loved me, and I sang like a sad bird / I couldn’t move on and I think you were flattered” Twain sings in the first verse.

I was at home, looking out at the ocean, and I said to myself, ‘Here I am stuck in this past of negativity, but it’s so beautiful out. I’m not in the mood to write a feeling-sorry-for-myself song,’” Twain recalls of the inspiration for “Life’s About to Get Good.” “You can’t have the good without the bad. And that’s what the song ended up being about.”

Twain sings in the chorus, “Oh, 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 …”

“Life’s About to Get Good” is the first single off Twain’s first new album in 15 years titled “Now”. She first debuted the song during her headlining set at the 2017 Stagecoach Country Music Festival in April. The single is also being used in NBC’s ads for their 2018 Winter Olympics coverage.

“Now” is scheduled for release on September 29th. Twain will be performing on Today on Friday morning, June 16th…be sure to tune in!

Keep up to date on all things Shania, including new music on her website at and on social media on Facebook and Twitter.


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