Check out a demo for a song called “Leave Love Alone” set to be on Carrie Underwood’s upcoming album, due May 1st!
Canadian country songwriter Gordie Sampson’s list of credits confirms that a song he cowrote with Hillary Lindsey and Troy Verges called “Leave Love Alone” will appear on Carrie Underwood’s upcoming album, due May 1st. Gordie Sampson and Hillary Lindsey have cowritten a couple of Carrie’s most memorable singles together: her debut single “Jesus Take The Wheel” (with Brett James) and “Just A Dream” (with Steven McEwan), as well as standout album tracks like “Get Out Of This Town”, “Someday When I Stop Loving You” and “This Time” (all with Steven McEwan).
Check out the demo for this rootsy bluesy stomper after the jump. That’s the very talented cowriter Hillary Lindsey on lead vocals in the demo.
If the studio version retains the rootsy feel of the demo, “Leave Love Alone” will represent a fresh, edgier sound from Carrie. What do you think about the song?
The lead single for Carrie’s upcoming album, “Good Girl” (cowritten by Carrie, Chris DeStefano, and Ashley Gorley) is set to be released to radio next week, on February 23rd! Check out a clip here: