Anticipation for Carrie Underwood's follow-up to 2009's 'Play On' is building, and today the country superstar has inched her fans closer to a brand new track. 'Good Girl,' the first single from her yet-to-be-titled new album, will hit the airwaves on Feb. 23
Carrie has teamed up once again with 'Don't Forget to Remember Me' and 'All-American Girl' writers Chris DeStefano and Ashley Gorley for 'Good Girl,' a song she says "kicks butt!." "It's upbeat, it's fun, you stomp your feet, and you can dance to it," the singer reveals. "It's got this really rockin' verse, and this really rockin' country chorus. It's just a really cool song."
The 'American Idol' winner has also called upon longtime producer Mark Bright to help give the record a new country twist. As The Boot previously reported, Carrie's upcoming album will feature darker material than her past endeavors.
"I have always been a fan of songs that have attitude, but the ones I'm talking about have a darker storyline. It seemed to be what the album wanted, so I decided to roll with it," the singer tells Entertainment Weekly.
Carrie has also taken to YouTube to talk about 'Good Girl' and its forthcoming release. Check out the video below!