Shania Twain isn’t holding back with her “very candid lyrics” on her upcoming album.
The ‘You’re Still The One’ singer launched a ‘new chapter’ in her music career with debut single ‘Waking Up Dreaming’ last week, and she teased that her first album since 2017’s ‘Now’ is intended to encourage people to get up and make them dance.
In an interview with The Sun newspaper’s Bizarre column, she said: “I’m really happy to lift people’s spirits.
“This album is very bubbly and I’m very outspoken with my lyrics on it, so it’s not a mellow, lyrical album. It’s a happy album.
“I had a very productive songwriting pandemic period and even though we were isolated, it was almost like I wanted to cheer myself up, and that came out in the music. It’s so dancing.
Elsewhere, the 57-year-old star told how she originally turned down Harry Styles’ offer to duet him at Coachella in April, because she wasn’t close to California, but admitted the performance ended up being a “lasting moment for all of us”.
The pair performed renditions of their hits “Man!” I feel like a woman!’ and ‘You’re Still The One’ at the Empire Polo Club in Indio.
She spilled: “Harry and I texted, and he said, ‘Do you want to come sing with me at Coachella?’ And I said, ‘Well, I’m not near LA, I’m really far away right now.
“We were going back and forth like that, then I wasn’t, then closer he said, ‘I really think you should do the first weekend, please do it’.
“There was no big production on it and it ended up being such a huge, lasting moment for all of us.”