Pearce looks for "Every Little Thing"
Monday, March 6, 2017
– Carly Pearce released a video
for her debut single, "Every Little Thing," out on Big Machine.
Opening with tight shots featuring the bones of each instrument enveloped in a crimson filter and dim glow, director Patrick Tracy captured the scenes at Brown Owl Studio. Lyrics include "The scent that you left on my pillow / The sound of your heartbeat with mine / The look in your eyes like a window / The taste of your kiss soaked in wine / Every little thing / I remember every little thing / The high, the hurt, the shine, the sting / Every little thing."
Pearce, who sang vocals on Josh Abbott Band's "Wasn't That Drunk," co-wrote "Every Little Thing" with Emily Shackelton and busbee (Maren Morris, Keith Urban, Lady Antebellum), who also serves as producer of her debut album. The single goes for adds March 20.
Born into Bluegrass, the Kentucky native began touring with a local band at age 11 before taking on six shows a day, five days a week at Dollywood when she was only 16.
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