When Carrie Underwood fans woke up on the morning of May 10, they weren’t expecting much. It was looking like just another normal day.
Yet, true fans knew this wasn’t in fact true.
Because in a post shared across Carrie’s various social media channels on the evening of May 9, Carrie unleashed the news that the music video for her song “Church Bells” would debut exclusively on “Good Morning America” on May 10.
The video captures her always-amazing live show, with actual footage taken from a recent concert in Lincoln, Nebraska.
“I love songs about strong women,” Carrie said in a recent press release about “Church Bells.” “I love being sucked into that story: rooting for the woman and seeing that she does something powerful that she never thought she could do. People are strongest when they’re pushed to their limits.”
The video serves as yet another shining moment in the life and times of Carrie, who is currently celebrating with her hockey-playing husband the continued success of the Nashville Predators hockey team, who forced a Game 7 in the playoff series against the San Jose Sharks on the evening of May 9.