Today, Québec country duo Five Roses deliver ‘Might As Well Be Me’; their debut release with MDM Recordings Inc. (MDM) after announcing their signing earlier this month. The duo, consisting of Jade Godin and Zach Ouimet was born out of
circumstance after a chance encounter at the barbershop where Godin worked. Finding easy musical chemistry following a jam session, the pair began writing and officially formed Five Roses. ‘Might As Well Be Me’, produced by Danick Dupelle (Emerson Drive, Matt Lang, Tyler Joe Miller) and written by Benjy Davis, Shay Mooney and Daniel Ross is available now.


“‘Might As Well Be Me’ is an anthem for the hopeless romantics out there,” shares Five Roses. “This song brings out all of the emotions of new love; the desire to be the other half of that special someone’s heart; the feeling you get when falling head over heels for your crush. We can’t wait for everyone to hear it!’’

Inspired by acts like Lady A and Little Big Town, Five Roses independently released their debut EP in 2018, and have spent the past few years performing across the country. The duo has shared the stage with fellow Canadian country artists such as Brett Kissel, Meghan Patrick and The Reklaws, making appearances during Canadian Music Week, country music week at the
CCMA’s and more. As they make their MDM debut with ‘Might As Well Be Me’, Five Roses continue to work on new material with Dupelle, delivering a fresh, modern sound to the Canadian country music scene.

Related News