Saskatchewan’s Hunter Brothers have just released their brand-new single “Silver Lining” along with an accompanying video.
The group — composed of brothers Luke, J.J., Ty, Brock and Dusty Hunter — debuted the uptempo track Friday, which celebrates loved ones who still keep us grounded through challenging circumstances.
In the track’s upbeat chorus, the brothers sing: “Even when the thunder’s rolling / And that clear blue sky’s been stolen / You break through like Heaven shining / Always be my silver lining.”
The new music video gives viewers a behind-the-scenes look at the daily life for each of the brothers and their growing families.
“Silver Lining” joins the group’s first number one single “Lost”, off their second studio album State of Mind, which remained the Top Canadian Country Album for four consecutive weeks.
The boys will be joining fellow Canadians The Sheepdogs and Jess Moskaluke at the 2019 Tim Hortons NHL Heritage Classic, where they will perform the national anthem, and join Moskaluke for an additional performance during the pre-game festivities.