Carly Pearce hinted that she’s ready to share some big changes that have happened in her life lately. The award-winning singer-songwriter shared a few black-and-white photos on her social media channels on Friday (November 18), giving fans a glimpse of her work in the studio. Among the photos, Pearce includes a snapshot of her singing into a microphone and one of “We Don’t Fight Anymore.” She shared a snippet of the unreleased track on Instagram months ago.
“I told y’all I’ve been loving what I’ve been writing— so it’s time to start the next record, which we did this week,” Pearce confirmed. “So much has changed in my life, for the good. I can’t wait to share where I am 🥲♥️”
Pearce’s post quickly garnered comments from fans and social media followers, as well as fellow artists. Hannah Ellis, Lady A’s Charles Kelley, Runaway June’s Natalie Stovall and Jimmie Allen (who posed the question: “Duet ?”) were among some of the commenters as Pearce confirmed that her next record is underway.
Pearce’s next project will follow her smash-hit 2021 album, 29: Written in Stone. The 15-track collection included fan-favorite heartbreak anthems, including upbeat ones like “Diamondback” and “Next Girl,” and ballads like “What He Didn’t Do” and the award-winning “Never Wanted To Be That Girl,” a duet with Ashley McBryde. Pearce also recorded a collaboration featuring Patty Loveless, “Dear Miss Loretta,” a tribute to fellow Kentucky native Loretta Lynn. The trailblazing country music legend passed away peacefully last month at her ranch in Hurricane Mills, Tennessee. She was 90. Pearce delivered heartfelt performances of “Dear Miss Loretta” in her honor, including at the 56th annual CMA Awards and at the Grand Ole Opry.
See Pearce’s latest post here, and listen to a preview of “We Don’t Fight Anymore” below: