Carrie Underwood Wanders the Woods in Nature-Fused ‘Heartbeat’ Video
Carrie Underwood has premiered a beautiful music video for her song "Heartbeat."
Walking barefoot in the grass, heels in hand, Underwood is first shown on the screen in a floor-length gown, humming to herself as crickets chirp in the background. The sweet ballad has Underwood singing of those moments in a loud crowd, when sometimes a simple glance from her husband can express everything she's feeling.
"And tonight I wanna drive so far we'll only find static on the radio / And we can't see those city lights and I love the way you look in a firefly glow / Saying everything without making a sound / A cricket choir in the background, underneath a harvest moon," she sings in the chorus.
Later in the "Heartbeat" video, Underwood can be found lying on the grass staring up at the stars and watching the fireflies as she sings of memories of dancing barefoot with her husband, Mike Fisher.
"Heartbeat" is the second single from Underwood's new album Storyteller. The music video was directed by Randee St. Nicholas and Underwood co-wrote the song with Ashley Gorley and Zach Crowell, which features vocals from fellow country artist Sam Hunt. This week, "Heartbeat" was the most added new single at Mediabase.
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