This is not a drill! New Carrie Underwood music is here!
The 32-year-old revealed her latest single, "Smoke Break," during a Facebook Q&A on Thursday and announced the release date for her new album. Storyteller will hit shelves on Friday, October 23.
"The song itself just kinda one of those story songs that I feel like everybody can relate to about how life is so hectic and it's so nice when, if and when, you actually get to kinda step away for a second," Underwood said in a video posted to Facebook. "We all need that time to ourselves and to get to take a break, and I really hope you guys love it because I'm so excited about it!"
"Smoke Break" was released to radio today and will be available Thursday evening via Apple Music. The track was co-written by the same team behind "Little Toy Guns," including Underwood, Hillary Lindsey and Chris DeStefano, while Jay Joyce served as producer.
As if you're not already excited, more good news! Entertainment Tonight will exclusively debut Underwood's "Smoke Break" video on Monday, August 24, along with a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the video -- including an exclusive interview with Underwood, herself. Be sure to check back for plenty more intel on the new album.
We were with Underwood backstage at the CMT Awards in June, where the singer opened up about life with baby Isaiah. See the interview in the video below.