Carly Pearce's debut album 'Every Little Thing' creates a bold statement for the rising singer in a male-dominated industry. She is a Big Machine Recording artist plus recognized as a CMT Next Women of Country.
Carly planted her feet on the ground for her music career at the young age of eleven when she was a member of a bluegrass group. Pearce used her debut album to create a bold statement with her writing making a very bold statement. Mixing musical tones together from her home state roots, she delivers empowerment and emotions for everyone to relate to, which will make this album your next obsession.
The debut project 'Every Little Thing' features thirteen tracks, with many giving Pearce the songwriting credit. Other Music Row elite penned tracks for the album including Luke Laird, Laura Veltz, Natalie Hemby, Ashley Gorley, Hillary Lindsey, and Shane McAnally.
The lead single, which is also the title track, has created an image for Pearce featuring the lyrical emotions of a dingy relationship, which she is reliving. The listener is guided inside the mind of a woman that can't seem to move past her own memories. The debut single has made it's home on the Top 20 Country on both Billboard and MusicRow.
With a path that isn't typically walked down, she breaks through barriers allowing others to follow and relate. Pearce's 'Every Little Thing' is strong in girl-power, strong vocals and lyrical talent, which won't disappoint listeners.