Saskatchewan’s Hunter Brothers release new song ‘Silver Lining’

Shaunavon's Hunter Brothers released their new song Silver Linings on Friday. File / Global News

A group of brothers from Saskatchewan is deepening their mark in Canadian country music with their new song ‘Silver Lining.’ It was released Friday.

The Hunter Brothers hail from Shaunavon, Sask., about 110 kilometres southeast from Swift Current.

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“Music videos are cool because they make moments immortal almost,” said Brock Hunter. “I spent five years and over 3,000 hours building my airplane and just got it completed and in this one, I get to feature that and so now it’s going to forever live on.”

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The band has recently made headlines, with a tribute the Humboldt Broncos tragedy, and when their song “Lost” became a #1 single in April.

WATCH – behind the scenes footage from Silver Lining

Click to play video: 'Behind the Scenes from Hunter Brothers’ Silver Linings' Behind the Scenes from Hunter Brothers’ Silver Linings
Behind the Scenes from Hunter Brothers’ Silver Linings – Oct 18, 2019

Catch more behind the scenes and an exclusive interview with the Hunter Brothers on Focus Saskatchewan on Nov. 23.

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