After she wrapped the biggest tour of her career in 2019, Carrie Underwood says she was ready “to live my life for a second and figure out where I want to go.”

It didn’t take her long.

Even through a pandemic, the past year has been a remarkably productive one for the 38-year-old country star. Today, she releases her second album in six months: “My Savior.”

It’s her first gospel album, but faith has been a constant in her life and her catalog, from “Jesus Take The Wheel” to “Something In The Water.”

Ahead of the album’s release — and an Easter Sunday concert stream that will bring her back to Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium — Underwood gave us a call to talk about making “My Savior” and how it overlapped with the making of her 2020 Christmas album, “My Gift.” Here’s what we learned.