1 FEBRUARY 2021 (MONTREAL, QC) – Up-and-coming country singer-songwriter Justine Blanchet drops her new hit single “Get Out of the Mud” to country radios across Canada.
Fans of new country music will love the new upbeat track that uses the analogy of a truck stuck in the mud to express a timely message that bad times are not eternal, and the sun always comes out after the rain.
“Cause I’m feeling stuck, stuck in the mud, got my truck going in circles and it sucks just how much bad times always feel eternal… But I forgot that when it rains, like it did, it leaves a sunny day.”
Produced by Yann Belanger (Emerson Drive) and written by Blanchet, the single is planned to hit country radios on February 1st and all digital platforms on February 12. Stay tuned for the arrival of the official music video for “Get out of the Mud,” set to be released in the coming weeks.
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Listen to the song here:
Watch the teaser for the music video here:
Justine Blanchet is a country singer-songwriter from Quebec. Her musical journey earned her many distinctions and outstanding awards as well as notable appearances at the Nashville’s legendary Bluebird Cafe, Big Valley Jamboree, RBC Bluesfest, Global News and the Festival Country de Lotbinière (where she shared the stage with the Reklaws and James Barker Band.)
Over the past three years, the young woman has self-released eight singles which have been played on several Canadian country radio stations. Her songs quickly gained more than 300,000 streams on Spotify and over 1 million views on YouTube. Her single Heartbeat rose to the top 50 Judges’ Choice & Top 10 Teens to Watch of the CBC Searchlight 2020 competition.