Carrie Underwood releases video for “Church Bells”

pressreleaseSeven-time GRAMMY®-winning superstar Carrie Underwood premiered a first look of her new music video for single “Church Bells” this morning on Good Morning America and also launched a 48-hour exclusive stream on ABCNews/Yahoo. To watch it go to (or watch above).

The music video was filmed during a live concert in Lincoln, NE at the Pinnacle Bank Arena on Carrie’s Storyteller Tour. Directed by Wayne Isham (Michael Jackson, Metallica, Bon Jovi, Britney Spears), the video captures Carrie’s energetic live performance of her current single, as well as highlights from the rest of the show that has fans and critics raving.

Carrie and Director Wayne Isham - Photo courtesy of Storyteller tour

Carrie and Director Wayne Isham – Photo courtesy of Storyteller tour

Carrie debuted the single on the 51st Academy of Country Music Awards in April to stellar performance reviews. Rolling Stone Country claimed her performance was “nothing short of spectacular” while “her voice still hitting every impossibly high note” as she owned the arena and worked across all three stages and mastered a drum solo.

“Church Bells,” the single that Music Row claims has “a stomping rhythm track and a soaring, hooky melody,” was produced by Mark Bright and was written by Zach Crowell, Brett James, and Hillary Lindsey. The song debuted on the radio charts as the most-added new single at Mediabase, and is the third release from her crtically-acclaimed Gold-certified album Storyteller.

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