Carrie Underwood's husband Mike Fisher is clearly excited about the release of her fifth studio album, "Storyteller." The professional hockey player shared a photo of the country singer's album cover, writing: "Very proud of my girl for all the hard work put into this album."
He added, "God has blessed her with an amazing gift and its [sic] awesome to see her use it to inspire others! #storyteller."
Very proud of my girl for all the hard work put into this album. God has blessed her with an amazing… https://t.co/FMSTB4YaQL
— Mike Fisher (@mikefisher1212) October 23, 2015
Underwood previously opened up about which track on her album her husband liked the most, jokingly telling The Boot that he preferred songs "that are about him."
"He definitely likes things that are more spiritual and serious -- you know, the things that people can hear and be inspired or encouraged by," she said.
In an interview with USA Today to promote "Storyteller," which was released on Friday, Oct. 23, Underwood explained that she didn't want people to think her latest project would be a "mommy album" since she recently gave birth to her first child, a son named Isaiah.
“I think people kind of expected me to make a mommy album or lose my edge or suddenly start singing ‘life is beautiful, babies are awesome’ songs," Underwood said.
Even though there are a few tracks inspired by her family -- like the song "What I Never Knew I Always Wanted” -- the 32-year-old told People that fans should expect to hear a "fresh twang" on "Storyteller."
“There's a lot of country, traditional, staple instruments, and obviously storytelling is something country music has always done really well," she said. "I feel like we occupy those elements, but it’s very cool and very now and very fresh.”