The best-selling female artist in the history of country music—Shania Twain—will release her fifth studio album, Now, on Sept. 29.
Now, which is Shania’s first album since 2002’s Up!, will be offered as both a 12-track standard album and 16-track deluxe album.
“The new music is more celebratory, more inspirational, more about coming from somewhere bad and going somewhere good, dark to light, and that whole transition emotionally,” says Shania to NCD. “So, it’s a little deeper emotionally, for sure, this new album. There’s a lot of optimism, like ‘Life’s About to Get Good.’ The words are quite melancholy, but it’s just a happy song. It makes me feel happy when it comes on.”
Shania was the focus of a CBS Sunday Morning profile on Sept. 24, where she talked about the new album, her divorce from Mutt Lange, past health problems, finding love again and more.
Watch the profile below.