The song follows opening night of her new tour

Following the launch of her headline Country Music Made Me Do It Tour at The Town Hall in New York City last night (Thurs, Oct 5th), Grammy, CMA and ACM Award-winning artist Carly Pearce has released “Heels Over Head” via Big Machine Records.

The tour continues tonight (Fri, Oct 6th) in Boston, and will make stops in St. Louis, Los Angeles, Chicago and Detroit, among others, through November 18th. Adam Doleac and Hannah Ellis join as support on select dates.

Ahead of the tour’s kick-off, Pearce stopped by NBC’s The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon to perform “Country Music Made Me Do It” – her love letter to country music – during the show’s first week back on the air for the new season and since the five-month long writer’s strike ended.

The performance followed Pearce’s two nominations at the inaugural People’s Choice Country Awards, which took place on September 28th at the historic Grand Ole Opry in Nashville. In addition to her nominations, Pearce graced the stage multiple times throughout the night: as a presenter, speaking about her favorite Opry moment with fellow country music artists, and as a performer when she took the stage for the debut performance of “Country Music Made Me Do It.”

Pearce embarked on her next musical chapter, with Top 35-and-rising single “We Don’t Fight Anymore” featuring Chris Stapleton, released June 16th. The single continues to garner widespread praise from fans and critics alike.