Carly Pearce breaks Top 10 with debut single

The track is from her debut Every Little Thing coming Oct 13th

Billboard declared Carly Pearce as one of “13 Ladies We’d Like To See Crash the Male Dominated Charts” and this week, she does just that with “Every Little Thing.” Her breakthrough single enters the Top 10 this week on Mediabase as Pearce remains the only solo female currently in the Top 15 across both country radio airplay charts. The outlet also chose Pearce for their all-genre Chartbreaker series, which celebrates artists making waves on their first Billboard chart appearance.

She penned the unguarded ballad that bristles with the agony of being left alongside notable producer busbee and Emily Shackelton. Stark in a time of massive productions, the hollow beat throbs like a pulse and the melody drags with the ache of one who can’t let go. But what really stands out is Pearce’s voice: slightly powdery in places, silvery in others, it has a raw muscular twist like a knife being turned.

The breadth of her life is further chronicled throughout Pearce’s 13-track debut album, Every Little Thing, on Big Machine Records. “I’m not trying to hide anything in these songs, And I think by sharing my struggles, no matter what your age or circumstances, chance are you’re either going to experience it, are going through it or already have.”

Having left high school to pursue music, working the shows at Dollywood at a mere 16 years old, chasing bluegrass festivals and watching her first label deal fall apart, Pearce understands being left on the verge in more ways than love. Now, her resilient nature finds Pearce joining Eric Church for shows September 21st and 22nd in Gilford, NH and September 23rd in Bangor, ME in addition to direct support for Brett Young on his Caliville Tour this fall.

Author: Buddy Iahn

Buddy Iahn founded The Music Universe when he decided to juxtapose his love of web design and music. As a lifelong drummer, he decided to take a hiatus from playing music to report it. The website began as a fun project in 2013 to one of the top independent news sites.

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