CARLY PEARCE RELEASES SELF-TITLED SOPHOMORE ALBUM TODAY
Album Cover Art Courtesy of Big Machine Records
NASHVILLE, TN (February 14, 2020) – CARLY PEARCE releases her highly anticipated, self-titled sophomore album today on Big Machine Records – LISTEN NOW.
“A lot of life and learning happened as I recorded this album: sorrow, forgiveness, sass, flirtation. But overall, love. I am so grateful to these incredible collaborators for helping me to create these songs that truly reflect my stories over the last couple of years,” shared Carly. “I forever want everyone who listens to this record to hear busbee's heart in it, because his heart was all over this. This one is for busbee.”
Fans and critics alike are gravitating towards Carly’s evolution from heartache, remorse, nostalgia and exuberance:
"...one of country music's buzziest up-and-comers."
“’Carly Pearce’ is an important milestone in the career of a burgeoning powerhouse.”
SOUNDS LIKE NASHVILLE
“Pearce unsheathes her trusty vocal signatures, a unique timbre that cuts through the static, with some of her most enthralling work.”
“Carly Pearce effectively rolls her eyes at the electro-country mainstream with her self-titled second album, doubling down on the traditional bent of her ‘Every Little Thing’ breakout.”
"She also appears to have another bona fide hit on her hands with ‘I Hope You’re Happy Now,’ a wrenching duet with Lee Brice."
ROLLING STONE COUNTRY
"The song fits perfectly into Pearce's own love story…"
THE BOOT (“You Kissed Me First”)
"...a divine offering of 90s country, and modern pop combining to create a truly elegant soundscape that will put her on the map as one of the very best country artists on the scene right now."
BELLES & GALS
"...a testament to how good she feels in her skin and in her sound."
"...a sweet, nostalgic look back at growing up."
COUNTRY LIVING (“It Won't Always Be Like This”)
“The song feels like new territory for Pearce, with a sultry, R&B feel, along with slightly suggestive lyrics, which Pearce effortlessly nails.”
POPCULTURE (“Call Me”)
“Carly’s vocals are so intimate and make you feel something.”
CMT (“It Won’t Always Be Like This”)
"Pearce's confidence is in full bloom…"