Saskatchewan-based country-pop artist, Justine Sletten has unveiled her brand new single, “All Bad”. The single is produced by Canadian award-winning country music producer, Bart McKay (Brett Kissel), and written by country music songwriter powerhouse, Blake Bollinger (Jason Aldean, Darius Rucker), and April Geesbreght.
Justine considers the tune to be what she calls a “light at the end of the tunnel song” – a reminder that true love is out there and relationships aren’t “All Bad”. Blending the upbeat melody with the understanding, reassuring, and relatable lyrics, the song acknowledges that though you may have had negative relationships in the past, your future relationships won’t be the same. The aim is to “help those who have lost hope to realize relationships are not “All Bad”.
Check out the lyric video for “All Bad” below and stay up to date with Justine via her socials.
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