Crowd Explodes When Carrie Underwood Stomps Onto The Stage In ‘Church Bells’ Music Video

YouTube via Good Morning America

The Grammy-winning champion of the fourth season of American Idol gave an exclusive premiere of her latest single’s music video earlier today. 

Premiered by Good Morning America, the latest from Carrie Underwood will have you on your feet and your boots stomping in no time! 

Opening with just a few notes on a banjo, the follow up is a hard-hitting drum beat that’s perfectly timed with live footage of her doing a resounding foot-stomp during a recent Lincoln, Nebraska concert. 

The entire video, in fact, was filmed on location during her concert in the town as part of her Storyteller Tour

“Church Bells” was released as the third U.S. single from her 2015 album, Storyteller. Landing squarely within the Top 20 on Billboard’s U.S. Country Airplay chart, the song sold more than 62,000 copies in just over two weeks. 

The song has been billed by Underwood herself as a followup to Reba McEntire’s “Fancy” and carries a very similar storyline. The track talks about a beautiful young girl dancing to music when she caught the attention of a rich oil magnate. As the story unfolds, it paints a picture of alcohol, abuse, and a twist at the end. 

Watch this incredible footage and stunning musical creation from one of country music’s most beloved singers in the video below! 

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