Carrie Underwood isn’t slowing down the previews forward of her upcoming album, Denim & Rhinestones. “Loopy Angels” is the most recent providing that simply dropped, and it’s a stadium-ready singalong hit ready to occur.
Underwood wrote the music together with her producer David Garcia and Lydia Vaughn, and the jubilant monitor is harking back to Shania Twain’s “Man! I Really feel Like a Lady!,” Martina McBride’s “This One’s for the Women” and extra.
Whereas not sonically similar, “Loopy Angels” is a equally enjoyable women’ social gathering jam that celebrates what makes them “a kind of loopy angels.”
Opening the music with a candid warning, Underwood sings, “I am a strolling contradiction, child, do not you attempt to determine me out / Obtained Holy Ghost conviction confliction when the solar goes down / the place to search out me on a Sunday morning / However tonight, I include a whiskey warning.”
Anthemic drumbeats and vibrant bass licks then kick in on the refrain as she proudly proclaims, “Guess I am a kind of loopy angels / Tilted halo with a neon shine / Name me a kind of loopy angels / Even good women wanna have a great time / Heaven is aware of I am flying low tonight.”
“Loopy Angels” is the newest preview from Underwood’s ninth studio album, Denim & Rhinestones, due out on June 10 by way of Capitol Information/UMG Nashville. Underwood co-produced the 12-track assortment with frequent collaborator David Garcia, and the challenge will embody its lead single “Ghost Story” and title monitor, each of that are out now.
“We cowl numerous floor on this album. We now have numerous songs which have a little bit of a ‘throwback’ really feel, however they sound tremendous recent. I grew up listening to so many various sorts of music and that’s extraordinarily evident on this physique of labor,” Underwood says in a press launch.
“These are musical influences which are all in me and work their means out, and I simply determined this time to not get of their means,” she provides. “I feel this complete album ended up being a giant reflection of me as an individual and as an artist.”
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