Carrie Underwood Releases Comedic Holiday Track “Stretchy Pants”

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Stretchy Pants

Carrie Underwood has shared a comedic digital-only holiday track, “Stretchy Pants”. The track is available here and is accompanied by a fun-filled animated video, created especially for the song. 

According to Underwood, the song was inspired by the joys of holiday treats and feasts. 

“People know that I am a champion for a healthy lifestyle, but a big part of that is balance. There are times to be disciplined, and then there are times when we need to eat and drink and be merry and enjoy ourselves with family and friends,” says Underwood. “When Hillary, Chris, and I were writing some more serious Christmas songs, one day we took a fun detour and just had the best time writing this song.  We knew it would bring a lot of fun and joy to people, but I also wanted to do something good with it that would help people. I immediately thought about Brad and Kim’s charity, The Store, and how we could use this song to help them and their mission to bring joy to folks that need it, especially during the holiday season. Everybody should be able to afford feasts for the holidays, and everybody should have the opportunity to break out those stretchy pants!”

“Stretchy Pants” was written by Carrie Underwood, Hillary Lindsey and Chris DeStefano, the songwriting combo who have written such hits as Underwood’s “Little Toy Guns” and “Smoke Break.” Their most recent collaboration, “Favorite Time Of Year,” appears on Underwood’s My Gift (Special Edition), which was released September 24 and debuted #1 on Billboard’s Top Holiday Albums Chart. “Stretchy Pants” was produced by DeStefano.

The animated video for “Stretchy Pants” is directed and produced by Andrew Seth Cohen and Ryan Kieffer of Confidential Creative.

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