Shania Twain Offers a Shot of Caffeinated Bliss in New Song 'Waking Up Dreaming'

9/23/2022 10:04:00 AM

Shania Twain has released “Waking Up Dreaming,” her first new music since 2017.

Shania Twain has released “Waking Up Dreaming,” her first new music since 2017.

Upbeat single marks Twain’s first release since 2017 and first with Republic Nashville

Shania Twain wants to embrace the thrill of being in love in her new song “Waking Up Dreaming,” which was released on Friday.that raised some $250,000 for victims of the Highland Park mass shooting.An open pit coal mine..

It’s the country-pop icon’s first new music since 2017 and first under a recording agreement with Republic Nashville.“Do you know I adore you?/A million ways to show you, I do,” Twain sings at the top of “Waking Up Dreaming,” propelled by a hydraulic “Mickey”-style drum beat and subtle washes of synth.20, 2022.It gradually builds to a Shania-worthy maximalist sound, a dance party of gleaming guitars and unfettered bliss.Sign Up for the Energy Digest Sign Up Asia’s coal players gathered this week at the Indonesian resort island of Bali for the Coaltrans Asia conference, and the mood was far more upbeat than in past events in recent years.“Let’s start waking up dreaming/And dress up crazy like superstars,” she sings, as if she didn’t perfect at least a dozen superstar looks already.His passion, conviction and sincerity underscored a simple fact: The Smashing Pumpkins still mean everything to him.The video, directed by Isaac Rentz, goes all in on that idea.

With its throwback aesthetic, the clip features Twain and some friends putting on a bright, neon-colored New Wave spectacle of hair-metal wigs and wild fashion that ends in a killer rock & roll show.Those traits also stamp him as an outlier in an age that rewards predictability and sees many of his “alt-rock” period peers either inactive or content to trade in nostalgia.80 a tonne in early September, having more than doubled over the past 12 months.“Waking Up Dreaming” is the first solo release for Twain in five years, when she released the Number One album Now.In the meantime, she started her new Las Vegas residency at Zappos Theater in Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino, which had its last run of scheduled dates in September.Touring bassist Jack Bates and backup vocalist Katie Cole rounded out the lineup.In July, the Netflix documentary Shania Twain: Not Just a Girl was released alongside an album featuring her best work.They were also cautious about the outlook for investment in new coal mines, especially in Australia given higher levels of environmental activism and a reluctance of banks and financial institutions to back more coal.In this article:.Seeing the band nearly stripped down to the essentials recalled a bygone era when Corgan still sported a head of hair.

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