Attention Carrie Underwood fans! The country star is sharing teaser clips to social media for her "Drinking Alone" music video expected to officially drop on Wednesday, November 20.
In the first clip Underwood shared on Sunday (November 17), she's seen at a bar sitting next to a man in a dimly lit booth with a bottle of alcohol on the table in front of them. The two clink glasses before throwing back their drinks. This preview doesn't reveal too many details however, on Monday (November 18), Underwood shared a little but more footage with fans.
The most recent clip shows Underwood on the stage at a bar singing with her band in the background. The same guy from the previous clip is shown finishing his drink as he watches her perform. Stay tuned for the full "Drinking Alone" music video dropping on Wednesday, November 20.
Underwood's "Drinking Alone" follows up her previous single, "Southbound." The steamy track, written by David Garcia and Brett James, is the fourth single off her 2018 record, Cry Pretty.
Last Wednesday (November 13), Underwood was one of the hosts at the 53rd Annual CMA Awards. In addition to hosting, Underwood also delivered a memorable performance of her new single. She rocked a black sequin and lace outfit with a fedora, which is actually very similar to the one seen in her music video teasers.
Underwood was also a part of the award's historic opening number which featured some of country music's most iconic female singers like Terri Clark, Sara Evans, Tanya Tucker and more. The ladies delivered a female power packed performance of country classic from over the years. Some of the songs featured in the medley included Dolly Parton's "Those Memories of You," Loretta Lynn's "You're Looking At Country," Gretchen Wilson's "Redneck Woman" and more.
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