Carrie Underwood Releases Highly Anticipated Single ‘Ghost Story’
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Carrie Underwood dropped her latest single “Ghost Story” today. The singer teased she was working on new music earlier this month when she posted herself in studio on Instagram. Fans have been excited for “Ghost Story” as they await the singer’s ninth studio album.
“Today is the day! I’m so excited my new single is finally here! Hope you guys love it. Welcome to a new era!” Underwood posted.
The American Idol champion’s latest song brings her into a new era as she approaches nearly two decades in the music industry. Fans have been excited for Underwood to return to her country roots. Her last album My Savior saw the singer embrace her faith on the 2021 gospel album.
Underwood recently won single of the year with Jason Aldean at the 2022 ACM Awards. The country duo won for their single “If I Didn’t Love You.” Underwood also performed during the award show and has been teasing her new work ever since.
Carrie Underwood’s ‘Ghost Story’
On “Ghost Story” the singer does what she does best, singing about love and heartbreak. The latest single is filled with drama and a cinematic sound. Listeners will hear elements of country, but should not be surprised if “Ghost Story” dominates the pop charts as well.
The revenge track finds the singer realizing that she is much better after a breakup and the man is much worse, haunted by the memories of Underwood. “Ghost Story” will be Underwood’s first solo radio single since 2019’s “Drinking Alone.”
Underwood’s real life is a stark difference from the lyrics in her new song. The singer married former professional ice hockey player Mike Fisher in 2010. The couple shares two children together, Isaiah Michael Fisher and Jacob Bryan Fisher.
“Ghost Story” comes just in time as the Idol alum’s critically acclaimed REFLECTION: The Las Vegas Residency returns to Resorts World Theater on March 23. The singer’s residency will span throughout the summer.