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Carly Pearce Reveals More Details For Upcoming Fourth Studio Album

Yeah, we're not ready. Country music's reigning queen Carly Pearce is releasing new music soon. The superstar finally shares more details about the themes and creative process of her next studio album. After the career-defining success of 29, which covered emotions of heartbreak and frustration, she's ready to share a different side of herself.

Pearce's triumphant 2022 included a CMT Artist Of The Year win, CMA win and last but not least a Grammy nomination. These honors all celebrate her work on 29. She undoubtedly wore her heart on her sleeve with this project, as she allowed music to heal her through hard times. For example, she dedicated "Show Me Around" to her producer Busbee after he lost his battle with cancer in 2019. "Messy" provides perspective on the healing process following a marriage that lasted less than a year.

Last Friday, Pearce dropped an acoustic version of the post-breakup healing anthem "What He Didn't Do." It came in a three-song EP with the track's standard version and her 2020 Lee Brice duet, "I Hope You're Happy Now." With this, the star seemed to officially close the 29 era and transition into a new chapter. "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. So much has changed in my life, for the good. I can’t wait to share where I am," she wrote on social media.

Pearce has already provided some glimpses into the new album's material. Shortly after her historic Ryman headlining shows last month, she performed at Nashville's Listening Room, a venue which holds a special place in her heart. When she briefly returned to where it all started, she knew she had to give fans a treat. That came in the form of "Trust Issues," an unreleased, emotional track which has already touched several fans.

Additionally, she has shared a snippet of "We Don't Fight Anymore," another unreleased song, on Instagram. The song title reappears on her most recent Instagram post, above a chord chart on the third slide. We really hope these masterpieces are featured on CP4!

Needless to say, we're so excited for new music from queen Carly Pearce. Her music comforts and inspires many, often aiding fans in their own healing processes. Pearce is living proof that art can save people, and we can't wait for CP4 to touch our hearts.

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