Grady Smith
March 12, 2012 AT 12:00 PM EDT

Country superstar (and owner of perhaps the best legs in the business) Carrie Underwood has just released a music video for new single “Good Girl,” the lead track off her fourth album, Blown Away, which is set to hit stores on May 1.

The video doesn’t feature a storyline — it’s really just a collection of Underwood in various fashions strutting her stuff and flaunting her stunning looks. At times, Underwood channels her inner good girl: we see bespectacled hipster Carrie, fringey-sweet Carrie, and sunlit floral Carrie.

But during the rest of the video, she reveals an edgier side that matches the grit of the song: we get funeral glam Carrie, shimmery 80s Carrie, and hot pants authoritarian Carrie. Occasionally, her two sides even sing/debate at each other, suggesting that the titular “good girl” getting warned about a lying, no-good man might just be Underwood herself.

All the while, we get cool, arty little glimpses of flowers and high heels. What does it all mean? Heck, I’m not sure — and the only shoes I really care about are my Asics cross trainers — but I still had a good time watching it all! Check out the rocking clip below:

What do you think of the video? Which dress-up Carrie was your favorite? And are you feeling “Good Girl” as a single? Sound off in the comments below.

More on

Carrie Underwood reveals new album cover (and music’s best legs?)

Carrie Underwood drops new single ‘Good Girl’, fully embraces her rocker side

You May Like