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Carly Pearce to Release New Song, ‘Country Music Made Me Do It’

August 9, 2023 10:08 am GMT
Last Edited December 19, 2023 10:00 pm GMT

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Carly Pearce is officially entering a new era of music, with the Grammy-winning artist revealing via social media that she'll be releasing ‘Country Music Made Me Do It’ on Friday, August 11.

The song is being accompanied by a Fall 2023 tour of the same name, which will take Carly across New York, Massachusetts, Missouri, South Carolina, California, Michigan and more.

The Kentucky native described this exciting new release as “the essence of this next chapter for me”. Carly went on to underline that ‘Country Music Made Me Do It’ explores her own relationship with the genre, but that she hopes it will take on a unique meaning for each listener.

On this basis, it seems the new single will follow in similar footsteps to Thomas Rhett's hugely popular track, ’What's Your Country Song’, and we're hoping Carly Pearce will emulate TR in dropping a plethora of references to legendary country anthems and modern classics.

Although Carly is yet to unveil her new album, it seems the release of ‘Country Music Made Me Do It’ confirms fans’ suspicions that her eagerly awaited 29: Written in Stone follow-up is on the way.

We imagine ‘Country Music Made Me Do It’ will be joined on the tracklist by Carly Pearce's blockbuster Chris Stapleton collaboration, ‘We Don't Fight Anymore’, which she released back in June.

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