LISTEN: Paradise by Terra Lightfoot

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What better way to celebrate a birthday than by announcing (and releasing) brand new music?

Hamilton’s own blues-rocker Terra Lightfoot announced on her Facebook earlier today that her next album, entitled New Mistakes, will be available October 13. In anticipation of the release, her first single off the album ‘Paradise’ was premiered at American Songwriter Magazine.

My friends, my loves, my darlings… Today is my birthday. I have a gift for you that comes straight from my heart. I am so proud to announce my next album, NEW MISTAKES. The kind folks at American Songwriter Magazine are premiering the video for the first single, “Paradise”, and you can watch it here… You can also pre-order the new record here….Thank you for coming with me on this wild and wonderful journey. I am so grateful to you all for listening and sharing our music! – Terra Lightfoot

The album is available for pre-order and fans can listen to the song by clicking on the links below!

Terra Lightfoot Store:

Stream Paradise:
Apple Music: 

Jenia Schukov

Jenia is the co-founder and editor-in-chief of Into The Airwaves. Born and raised in Montreal, she spent most of her teens and early 20's working in the music industry at various labels, promoters and radio stations. In 2013 she made the move to Toronto where she joined the team at the Canadian Independent Music Association. As the Music Export Assistant, Jenia spends her days organizing international showcase and business opportunities for Canadian companies and their artists. This isn't her first time delving into the world of music journalism and photography as she spent over 5 years as an editor-in-chief of Confront Magazine. When she's not immersed in music you can find Jenia screaming at her hockey team (GO HABS!), practicing yoga, reading whatever she can get her hands on, or getting lost in nature somewhere. Interested in her musical endeavors? Follow her on Instagram (@jschubox)!

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