More clues pointing to a Carrie Underwood comeback are beginning to surface.
According to industry publication Music Row, the country superstar, who hasn’t released new music since 2015’s Storyteller, has signed a deal for publicity services with PMK BNC, an entertainment, brand and digital agency with offices in New York, Los Angeles and London.
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Set to work directly with PMK BNC’s Brad Cafarelli, who also represents the likes of Cameron Diaz, Whoopi Goldberg, Jenny McCarthy and others, Carrie was previously represented by Nashville firm Schmidt Public Relations.
The move further establishes the singer’s commitment to becoming a global artist with a career beyond just the United States.
In March 2017, Carrie signed a worldwide recording agreement with Universal Music Group to begin making new music with Capital Records Nashville, leaving longtime label Sony Music Nashville behind.
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While she recovers from a November fall that left her with a wrist injury and face stitches, Carrie is in the studio working on her first album for UMG.
Her new song “The Champion,” which she wrote for Super Bowl LII, previewed Saturday (Jan. 6) during the NFL playoff matchup game between the Los Angeles Rams and the Atlanta Falcons.
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