Carrie Underwood recently celebrated her 16th Country chart-topper on Music Row in Nashville and before the party got underway, the singer chatted to reporters about her upcoming music video, "Two Black Cadillacs." The deliciously dark revenge tale, featuring two women done wrong by the same man, was co-written by Underwood, Josh Kear and Hillary Lindsey.
"I had a really, I think it was a great idea," she says. "I started talking to everybody and found a director, P.R. Brown, who would fit that story that I had in my head so well." Brown, a graphic designer, photographer, and music video director, has made a name for himself from his work with Marilyn Manson, My Chemical Romance, Slipknot, Sevendust and Death Cab for Cutie, among many other artists. Underwood teases the video's storyline, saying:
"We kind of modeled it after...'something.' I can't say too much. We're both big fans of the thing we modeld it after. The killer is not who you would expect."
The video clip is produced by Steve Lamar for Lamar Brothers. Following in the footsteps of Underwood's previous work (such as "Blown Away"), the new video promises to be edgy, cool and has fans itching for more details. "It's really great," she continues. "We filmed it in this area [Nashville], and it's just more drama. It's juicy. The day was gloomy and rainy."
The four-minute song, off her platinum-selling Blown Away album, currently sits at No. 11 on Mediabase and No. 13 on the Billboard Country Airplay chart.
The video is set to premiere on Wednesday, Jan. 23 on ET and VEVO. Check out the video trailer here.
Take a listen to the short interview to the left.