Carrie Underwood is pregnant with her first baby, but that hasn't kept her from making new music, and sharing that music with her fans. Underwood released a new music video for 'Little Toy Guns' with her fans last week.
'Little Toy Guns' is about how words can deeply wound children. Carrie Underwood talked about its meaning during a recent interview.
"It's about words. It's about a child hearing her parents fighting," Underwood explained. "Even at a young age she realizes how much they hurt. And she wishes they were plastic and fake, like toys, and they didn't actually cause any damage."
The video shows a child sitting in her room by herself as she hears her mother screaming at her father.
"What do you have to say for yourself? Do you even care? It makes me sick to my stomach. I can't believe I married you," the wife screams at her husband.
The music video premiered on Friday via Carried Underwood's Facebook page.
In true Carrie Underwood fashion, the emotion in this new music video runs as high as her singing talent.
In other Carrie Underwood news, the country singer appeared on The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon, helping perform Queen's 'We Are the Champions' along with Fallon, The Roots, Sam Smith, Ariana Grande, Blake Shelton, Usher, Meghan Trainor, One Direction, and Christina Aguilera. The a cappella version was re-written in congratulations to the New England Patriots for winning the Super Bowl on Sunday.
Are you a Carrie Underwood fan? What do you think of her new music video? Does 'Little Toy Guns' not tug at your heart strings?