Canadian Country Music Award (CCMA) nominated artist Shae Dupuy searches for reason in a breakup with her new single, “Black and White.” Co-written with Kyle Rife and Jeremy Bussey (Jason Aldean, Brantley Gilbert, Ashley McBryde) and produced by GRAMMY-nominated Nashville musician, Derek Wells (Dolly Parton, Kenny Chesney, Blake Shelton, Maren Morris), “Black and White” is now available via all digital retailers, listen to it HERE.
In the reflective new single, “Black and White,” the singer-songwriter looks for reason in a failed relationship that seemingly has no reason other than “it’s just not working.” Dupuy explores the difficulty in breakups that creates a sense of missing pieces or the lack of closure, as she expresses through lyrics like:
One of us could have been more mean
Could have said things we don’t mean
Kind of wish it wasn’t true
Kind of wish I hated you
The singer-songwriter delivers an aching yet still hopeful tune describing it as a “heartbreak song for the wishful thinkers.”
A recognized singer-songwriter from Canada, Shae Dupuy, has been splitting her time between Nashville and her home territory, Toronto, Ontario, over the last two years so that she can focus her efforts on writing and recording new music. Since moving to Nashville to immerse herself in the city’s songwriting scene, Dupuy has written a catalog of songs for her forthcoming full-length project, as well as songs for other artists. Her new music displays cultured vocal expression, storytelling, and a strong sense of identity and conviction, both as an artist and as a person.
Dupuy has performed at multiple festivals, including some of Canada’s top festivals at Cavendish Beach and Lucknow’s Music in the Fields. In 2018, Dupuy headed on her first tour, where she performed in multiple cities from coast to coast across Canada.