Carrie Underwood is a presence whose reminiscence torments an ex-lover within the new tune “Ghost Story,” the nation star's first solo launch since her 2021 non secular album My Savior. Underwood's earlier secular album Cry Fairly was launched in 2018.
Written by frequent Underwood collaborator David Garcia with Josh Kear and Hillary Lindsey, “Ghost Story” situates the singer within the aftermath of a breakup. She's out residing her finest life, however nonetheless exacting her revenge for being wronged. “You'll be sitting residence drinkin' bout me/once I'm out with my pals on the bar,” she sings at one level.
With its slowed-down, waltzing rhythm, the tune has a significantly extra eerie ambiance than the aggressive rock tones of Underwood's basic revenge story “Earlier than He Cheats,” which appears to be the purpose. “I'll be haunting you, you'll be wanting me,” she guarantees, a punishment that stands to last more than a busted headlight.
“Ghost Story” arrives with Underwood amid her Las Vegas residency Reflection, which started in December. The subsequent run of exhibits at Resorts World Theatre will get underway March 23. Underwood, who just lately shared the ACM Single of the Yr honor with Jason Aldean for “If I Didn't Love You,” may also headline Stagecoach Pageant in Indio, California, on April 30.