Those waiting for the latest video from Carrie Underwood can wonder no more. An emotional clip for 'So Small' has been played yesterday (September 20) on CMT after being pushed from its original premiere date a week prior.
Like Carrie described back in August, the song is about "how people invest so much of their time and energy into things that aren't really important, and you don't really realize that until it's too late." The plot of the video centered upon three strangers who collided at a point and learned a lesson of how small their problems are back at home compared to what they will face.
Roman White who earned Country Music Television Award's 'Video Director of the Year' through Carrie's 'Before He Cheats' once again take the role as the director of the video. Country singer and writer Christian Kane also makes a cameo as the man who had argument with his girlfriend.
'So Small' has been released as a single on July 31 both on CD single format and digital download. It has so far peaked at #17 in Billboard Hot 100. Meanwhile, the album 'Carnival Ride' will be released on October 23 via Arista Nashville.
'So Small' by Carrie Underwood: