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- Song Name: Church Bells
- Artist Name / Band Name: Carrie Underwood
- Produced By: Mark Bright
- Album Name: Storyteller
- Release Date: April 11, 2016
- Genre: Pop, Country
- Record Label: Arista Nashville
- Written By: Hillary Lindsey, Brett James & Zach Crowell
- Performance: Peaked at No. N/A
- Sampled In: N/A
- Cover By: N/A
- Remixed By: N/A
Carrie Underwood – Church Bells Review
Already looking at more than a decade behind her back in a very successful music career, Carrie Underwood sees no age or time as a stop to her timeless country music; that keep on topping charts on and on. However, this time we are looking at her new smashing single Church Bells from her fifth studio album Storyteller. Released on October 23, 2015,
The track Church Bells released on April 11, 2016.Currently sits as the third single for her Storyteller album in the US, whereas the fourth in UK, with the addition of Chaser for UK Markets. Storyteller has seen been debuted at No.2 on the US Billboard Top 200 charts! That’s a start we always expect from Carrie Underwood, seeming she is the only country artist who has released her previous five albums debuting at No.1 or 2 respectively.
Church Bells saw positive reviews from critics and entered the Hot Country Songs chart at number 34 and reached No.9 nine on the June 18, 2016 charts. Currently the song is positioned at No.58 on the US Hot 100 charts lists.
Well, we can’t say anything regarding her popularity as she sure is America’s sweet heart. Gardening her fame and recognition all the way from 2005 as the most successful American Idol ever, but the country singer is gaining quite the repo for her murderous lyrics and plots in her song. For new listeners a startling question?
It’s unlikely, another man that crossed paths with her, will live to tell the tale; but underwood is clear to say that in her new song as she talks about an abusive marriage with an older man. How she takes control and ends it through poisoning a drink, while being completely covert about her act of desperation. “We can see in the verse Jenny slipped something in his Tennessee whiskey. No law man was ever gonna find. And how he died is still a mystery. But he hit a woman for the very last time”
Church Bells is a classic Underwood song: a dramatic production, with a powerful and flawless vocal performance.