Carrie Underwood's music video in support of her new single "Cowboy Casanova" has just made its way out. Originally scheduled to be premiered on October 2, this video sees the country music singer singing and showing off some moves with several female backing dancers.
In between the singing and dancing scenes, brief looks at a guy whose face is hidden in the dark are flashed. At the end, Carrie gets face to face with that man whom she describes as "snake with blue eyes who only comes out at night."
"Casanova" was written by Carrie with the help from Brett James who penned her 2006 hit single "Jesus, Take the Wheel", and Mike Elizondo who is best known for his work with hip-hop artists Eminem, Jay-Z and Dr. Dre.
"Cowboy Casanova" is confirmed as the lead single off Carrie Underwood's new album "Play On". The song came out earlier this month, while the new album will be dropped across United States on November 3.
Carrie Underwood's "Cowboy Casanova" music video