In a day and age when no one announces new music anymore, they just release it, Shania Twain announces a new single and album. Good luck, Shania!!

Shania Twain Announces New Album ‘Now,’ Reveals Cover Art

Shania Twain has officially announced the title of her new album – Shania Now – her first full-length in nearly 15 years. The performer shared artwork for Shania Now square by square today on Instagram, and tweeted art for lead single, “Life’s About to Get Good.” The album is currently slated for a September 29th release.

The black-and-white cover for Shania Now is a classic Twain pose – flirty and mysterious, with her leopard-spotted gloves and windblown hair, but confident and in control. The art for “Life’s About to Get Good,” by comparison, shows a more relaxed Twain, smiling contentedly while lying on the grass.

“Life’s About to Get Good,” which Twain debuted live at Stagecoach 2017, is a bouncy, optimistic number about moving from troubled times into better days. Yoking a steady four-on-the-floor beat to energetic handclaps and thumping piano, the tune has a touch of Jeff Lynne’s hyper-melodic work with Electric Light Orchestra in its DNA, from the rich harmonies to the bright combination of chords. “Life’s about joy, life’s about pain,” she sings at one point, acknowledging the good and bad, sweet and sour of living.

Twain has noted at various points that the songs on Shania Now came out of an extended dark period in her life, during which she divorced husband and longtime producer Mutt Lange, battled Lyme disease and temporarily lost her singing voice. She returned to the spotlight in 2011, issuing the single “Today Is Your Day” and setting up her Las Vegas residency Still the One at Caesars Palace. She followed that two-year stint by getting back on the road with the Rock This Country Tour, which she claimed in 2016 would be her final tour.

A track listing for Shania Now has not yet been announced, but fans may hear something new when Twain performs as part of Today’s Summer Concert Series on Friday, June 16th, on NBC.