Single Art Courtesy of Big Machine Records
Critics and Fans Embrace Debut Single, Available Now
Watch Music Video: http://smarturl.it/EvryLittleThingVideo
NASHVILLE, TN (March 20, 2017) – Offering a reflection of 26 years of Country music dreams, CARLY PEARCE shines with “Every Little Thing.” Her first single officially impacts Country radio today and is available now. She co-wrote the SiriusXM “Highway Find” with Emily Shackelton and busbee (Maren Morris, Keith Urban, Lady Antebellum), who also serves as producer on Carly’s forthcoming Big Machine Records debut album.
Hauntingly heartbreaking, listeners are clamoring to Carly’s raw lyrics that virtually echo “every little thing” their own former relationships left behind. Garnering over one million streams to date for the song’s surging desperation that crushes in the best way as her breathy vocal aches: The scent that you left on my pillow / The sound of your heartbeat with mine / The look in your eyes like a window / The taste of your kiss soaked in wine / Every little thing / I remember every little thing / The high, the hurt, the shine, the sting / Every little thing.
The CMT Next Women of Country alum and Listen Up “17 for 2017” artist premiered her music video for “Every Little Thing” during the network’s Hot 20 Countdown earlier this month. Watch here: http://smarturl.it/EvryLittleThingVideo.
“Every Little Thing” has already amassed rave reviews:
“…cements her place as the next big thing.”
“…a song that begs to be played on repeat.”
– Sounds Like Nashville
“Her lilting, emotive voice soaring as she sings of ‘the high, the hurt, the shine, the sting,’
Pearce will make you feel every little thing.”
“Pearce proves her vocal worth on ‘Every Little Thing’…”
– Taste of Country
“The beautifully remorseful tune clearly hit all the right notes with new fans.”
– Wide Open Country
“…Country’s next leading storyteller.”
The Kentucky native was born into Bluegrass, touring with a local band at age 11 and charming tourists with six shows a day, five days a week at Dollywood when she was only 16. Now, after eight years collaborating with fellow songwriters in Nashville, a sultry Top 40 hit with Josh Abbott Band, more than 30 appearances on the Grand Ole Opry stage and joining bills with notable artists such as Kelsea Ballerini, Kip Moore, Eli Young Band, Hunter Hayes and Lucy Hale of Pretty Little Liars, Carly will spend the next few months introducing her sound and meeting new fans across the country.
Rolling Stone Country, The Huffington Post, Country Living, Sounds Like Nashville, The Boot, Whiskey Riff and One Country all named Carly an “Artist to Watch” while SiriusXM selected her as a “Future Five,” already proving 2017 is destined to be her breakout year.