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Carrie Underwood fans are going to freak when they hear the epic news about her next single YouTube

Fans have been ringing Carrie Underwood’s ears telling her that they just can’t get enough of her song “Church Bells.”

Now, she’s heard them loud and clear.

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‘Care Bears,’ feel free to go nuts, because on March 29, Carrie took to Twitter to share the excitement that “Church Bells” will be her next single.

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On March 11, 2016, the “Smoke Break” singer, whose been including “Church Bells” in her Storyteller Tour set list, took a break from the states to travel across the pond for the C2C Country 2 Country Music Festival in Europe.

Hitting the stage at the Clyde Auditorium in Glasgow, Carrie is feistier then ever stomping her heels in her stylish boots. Dazzling the audience in an elegant, smoky gown, she belts out the lyrics about fictional gold-digger, Jenny, who falls victim to her abusive husband after falling for a lavish lifestyle. Of course, the damsel has her revenge in the end.

“I love songs about strong women. I love being sucked into that story: rooting for the woman and seeing that she does something powerful,” Carrie said in a recent press release.

“Church Bells” is the third single off of Carrie’s smashing 2015 album, “Storyteller.” The song follows two No. 1 hits including “Heartbeat,” and “Smoke Break.”

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Be on the lookout for Carrie at the 2016 ACM Awards where is slated to perform her hot new track. Carrie is up for Female Vocalist of the Year, which is her 11th consecutive time being nominated for the award. The 51st annual ACM Awards will air live on Sunday, April 3, at 8 p.m. ET on CBS.

Nashville-based writer and Rare Country contributor Melinda Lorge has always been passionate about country music. Follow her @MelindaLorge and join the conversation @RareCountry.
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