Carrie Underwood Releases Sultry Video For 'Smoke Break'

Jeremy Cowart

Carrie Underwood's new single, "Smoke Break," is an anthem to the hard-working people around the world who could sometimes use a break from life's craziness -- and the video for the song is no different. 

As Underwood drives around the desert in an old pickup truck, the video glimpses back and forth to a diner, featuring a hardworking barista and a white-collar patron who both look like they have had a long week. When the truck breaks down, she joins the "I need a break" club as she is forced to hitchhike with her guitar.

Despite her need to "take a load off," 32-year-old Underwood is as hot as can be in Daisy Dukes and knee-high boots. Once she makes it to her destination, the country superstar brings all of the working folk together for a performance of the song at a dive bar.

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"Smoke Break" is the first single off Underwood's upcoming album, Storyteller, which will hit stores Oct. 23. Watch the video for the song below.


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