How Carly Pearce Turned Death and Divorce Into Her Most Powerful Music Yet

Throughout the ups and downs of life, Carly has been fortunate enough to receive support from her girlfriends in and out of Nashville. In fact, Karen Fairchild, Lindsay Ell and Kelsea Ballerini persuaded her to be open and honest in this latest body of work.

“I feel like those three really pushed me to take this as an opportunity to be a voice in things that people may not want to talk about,” Carly explained. “When you’re 29 and divorced, that certainly doesn’t sound pretty. They really helped me to realize this was so much bigger in a good way than I could realize in the midst of it.”

Through every personal lyric and song comes a lesson listeners may be able to hear. For Carly, she hopes her fans continue to see the positive in what life has to offer.

“We all struggle. Life doesn’t always turn out the way we thought it would,” Carly reflected. “But we all have hardships but it’s what we do with those hardships. When you listen to this music, I hope it brings you hope that there is beauty in the hurt and beauty in the struggle. Dig deep and find it.”


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