One of our favorite Kentucky queens, Carly Pearce, has gifted fans with her new music video for 'We Don't Fight Anymore.'
The song, which features the smooth harmonies of another fellow Kentuckian, Chris Stapleton, was released earlier this summer and immediately resonated with Pearce fans who have been anxiously awaiting new music from the award-winning entertainer.
Starring actress Lucy Hale – of Pretty Little Liars fame – and actor Shiloh Fernandez, the video opens on our couple who have some notable animosity with each other.
Coming home and leaving without saying anything, sleeping on the far sides of the bed and just overall not exchanging words throughout the nearly five-minute video, the music fades in and out so that we can feel the silence and distance between our pair of ex-lovers as they tiptoe around each other in what might as well be a haunted house.
As we reach the climax of the emotive ballad, a fire breaks out and quickly engulfs their home. In separate rooms, they don't make an effort to save each other and end up outside on opposite sides of the burning building, with the smoldering house representing their failed relationship that has itself fizzled out.
Directed by Alexa Campbell, the same creative mind behind the music video for Pearce's Grammy award-winning duet, 'Never Wanted to Be That Girl,' the new visual layer perfectly captures the deep melancholy found in 'We Don't Fight Anymore.'
Though our bearded wonder doesn't make an appearance in the music video, Pearce is perched throughout, surrounded by a floor full of candles as she belts out the heartbreaking tune.
The video for 'We Don't Fight Anymore' comes as we await the next musical chapter from Pearce, which is expected to arrive later this year. As she gears up for the highly-anticipated release, she has also unveiled her upcoming Country Made Me Do It Tour, kicking off in October.
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