SINGLE REVIEW: Carly Pearce “Every Little Thing”

You may know Carly Pearce from The Josh Abbot Band’s hit “Wasn’t That Drunk.” Pearce’s voice is one that can’t be ignored. Her current single “Every Little Thing” proves this. The Highway on SiriusXM has been playing the song since November, and it has quickly risen to the top of their Hot 30 weekly countdown.

“Every Little Thing” is haunting, sad, and beautiful at the same time. Pearce flawlessly sings of heartache after a breakup. She doesn’t hold back her true feelings, and how she wants to be able to move on. The problem is that she remembers “every little thing.”

“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.”

She remembers the highs, the pain, the good times, and the bad times. It’s the mixture of the good with the bad that makes moving on so hard. As the song goes on you feel her pain, and just how badly she wants to forget everything.

“They say time is the only healer. God I hope that isn’t right, cause right now I’d die to not remember every little thing.”

 It’s the part of the song that stands out the most to me. You can hear the desperation and completely empathize with her.

Pearce delivers the lyrics in a way that not many could. “Every Little Thing” is taking over The Highway. It won’t be long until national radio catches on. I would download this immediately, and then jump on the Carly Pearce bandwagon. This type of talent doesn’t come around every day.

Follow Carly Pearce on social media:

Facebook, Twitter & Instagram : @carlypearce

Download “Every Little Thing” HERE!

 

Stefanie Richardson

Stefanie Richardson

I was born & raised in Orlando, FL. I love living here, but my dream and goal is to be in Nashville sooner rather than later.. I grew up on country music and remember riding around in my dad’s truck singing along to Reba, The Judds, and of course King George. Pure Country was a movie that played often in our house. These days, I absolutely love following “up and coming” artists. Anyone who knows me knows that Cale Dodds is my favorite; and when he’s touring anywhere in the southeast, I’m at his show. I love everything about country music; the way artists appreciate their fan base, the loyalty the fans show their favorite performers, and how it brings people together. I can thank country music for allowing me to meet some awesome people, and some who have become dear friends.

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