Carrie Underwood fans, great news!
The 32-year-old country singer on Thursday released a new single, "Smoke Break," which will be featured on her new, fifth studio album, Storyteller, the follow-up to her 2012 record Blown Away.
Underwood posted on her Facebook page the, well, smokin' new cover of her new single, which sees her striking a sexy pose while sitting in a corset and short skirt.
"The song itself is just kind of 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 kind of step away for a second," she said about "Smoke Break." "And we all need that, we all need that time to ourselves to get to take a break."
She last released new music in February, the single "Little Toy Guns," which is featured on her greatest hits album. Also that month, she and husband Mike Fisher, 35, welcomed their first child, a baby boy named Isaiah Michael Fisher.
Underwood said in a Facebook Q&A that one song on her new album is dedicated to him.
"I tried to avoid the 'mommy' songs, but one managed to find its way in there!" she said. "I'm glad it did, because he'll always have that!"
"I feel like a lot of the songs that I wrote and gravitated to ended up being more traditional and 'twangy' than anything I have ever done before," she added about Storyteller. "I just went with it! I love the story telling aspect of Country music...it's one of the reasons I always wanted to be a part of it."
Underwood's new album is set for release on Oct. 23.