Carrie Underwood has a knack for telling stories. . . so much so that her song, “Two Black Cadillacs” is being made into a TV miniseries. She continues to deliver lyrics worthy of the big and small screens with Storyteller, her new album out tomorrow (October 23rd.)
The country music superstar is a co-writer on six of the album’s 13 tracks, including its red-hot debut single, “Smoke Break.” Since releasing that song back in August, she’s also unveiled three more tunes from the album that span its lyrical emotions from romantic to rebellious: There’s the sentimental “Heartbeat,” featuring Sam Hunt on background vocals, the bad-girl anthem “Renegade Runaway” and the autobiographical “What I Never Knew I Always Wanted,” which was inspired by Underwood’s husband and baby boy.
Underwood is jetting from coast to coast to promote the LP, with a performance slated for tomorrow’s Today show on NBC. After her whirlwind media tour, she’ll return home to Nashville to start prepping for her co-hosting duties alongside buddy Brad Paisley at the November 4th CMA Awards.