Over 15 years have come and gone since the release of Shania Twain's 2002 album Up! In preparation for her highly anticipated return to music, the best-selling female artist in history is making a massive return to country music with the release of her forthcoming album, Now.
With the release date for Twain's new album only 10 days away, the 52-year-old singer is showing fans more of what they can expect from the album, which she describes as her most diverse sound yet. Twain gave another look into Now with the release of her boot-stomping new song, "We Got Something They Don't."
While the horn-laden song can be applied to many situations in life, "We Got Something They Don't" tells the story of relationship overcoming all odds and coming out on top. In addition to the infectious tune, Twain has shared "Poor Me" and "Soldier" off her latest project, as well as Now's official two singles, "Life's About to Get Good" and "Swingin' With My Eyes Closed."
"I've got happy moments, I've got sad moments," Twain recently shared in an interview with Rolling Stone Country. "And I wanted the diversity of emotions in there, so I had to basically pull out things that were leaning the balance any one direction too much."
Now is set for release September 29 and will be available for purchase in both 12-track form as well as a deluxe 16-track special edition.
You can hear "We Got Something They Don't" below.
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