BREAKING NEWS: Carrie Underwood Makes BIG Announcement

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Carrie Underwood used Facebook’s new Live Mentions feature today to hold a question and answer session with her fans and share some big news with those in attendance. While we all had our own predictions – new single, new album, upcoming tour – we entered the social media-based conference intrigued and uncertain.

So, what was the big news Carrie wanted to share with her eager fans who attended the session in anticipatory excitement?!

Carrie has new music, specifically a new song called “Smoke Break,” written by Carrie, along with Hillary Lindsey and Chris DeStefano. The single was described by Carrie as being about stepping away from a hectic life and taking time to yourself. The song will be on Carrie’s forthcoming album Storyteller, which will be released on October 23rd.

You can download “Smoke Break” TONIGHT on iTunes by clicking here.

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  1. abnoles21@MSN.COM'
    Olivia

    Luv Carrie but she went bro-country! Yikes! I’m sure this isn’t the whole album but what does it say when a superstar like her couldn’t get a Billboard #1 from radio so she went and made a song that would have crossover pop appeal-bad news for country. Does nothing for her awesome vocals. Looking forward to hearing more of her cuts. PS Never thought she would put out a song called Smoke Break, just weird unlike her.

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