WATCH: Carly Pearce Enlists Lucy Hale & Shiloh Fernandez For Cinematic “We Don’t Fight Anymore” Music Video

Directed by Alexa Campbell, the clip flawlessly conveys the emotional depth of Pearce’s poignant single.

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Posted on September 6, 2023

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Carly Pearce enlisted Pretty Little Liars star Lucy Hale and Euphoria actor Shiloh Fernandez, to assist in bringing her latest single “We Don’t Fight Anymore” (feat. Chris Stapleton) to life in a cinematic new music video.

The Music Video Showcases The Emotional Depth Of Pearce’s Poignant Single

Directed by Alexa Campbell, the music video features scenes of Pearce singing the tune in a candlelight room intertwined with Hale and Fernandez bringing the storyline of the song to life.

“Lucy & Shiloh told this story so perfectly. I still get chills every time I watch it,” Pearce previously shared.

The two actors vividly convey the emotional depth of Pearce’s poignant single, depicting the narrative of a couple trapped in a state of emotional disconnection, where even disputes seem to escape them. 

As their sense of isolation intensifies, their indifference becomes glaringly evident when their house is engulfed in flames, a scene that seemingly parallels their crumbling relationship.

“Having talents like Lucy and Shiloh were truly such a gift. The ‘space’ you feel between the two of them is felt so tragically at every moment of this video,” Pearce explained.

Watch Carly Pearce’s “We Don’t Fight Anymore” Music Video Below

Full-Circle Moment For Pearce And Hale

This is a full-circle moment for Carly Pearce and Lucy Hale as Pearce previously toured with Hale as a backup singer when Hale pursued country music.

In 2014, Hale released “You Sound Good To Me” as the lead single from her debut album, Road Between. Pearce appeared alongside Hale on tour and during media appearances, including a performance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show.

Lucy Hale’s foray into the music industry was brief, and she made a return to television shortly after releasing her debut album.

After her time as a backup singer, Pearce began to gain traction as a solo artist. In 2017, she released her breakout single, “Every LIttle Thing” and she has gone on to become a GRAMMY, CMA and ACM Award-winning singer/ songwriter. 

Carly Pearce; Photo Courtesy of Allister Ann
Carly Pearce; Photo Courtesy of Allister Ann

The Tune Marked The Beginning Of A New Musical Era For Pearce

“We Don’t Fight Anymore” was released in June and unlocked a new musical era for Pearce. Upon its release to country radio on June 16, the song raked in 95 first-week adds and marked the biggest add date of her career so far. 

“This song embodies a place that I think, if we are honest with ourselves, we’ve all felt at some point in a relationship. The distance that feels heartbreaking, yet you’re also indifferent.” Pearce previously shared of the track on social media. “I’ve always been a writer who never wanted to shy away from the ‘uncomfortable’ moments in all of our lives, and this song feels too important not to share.”

Collaborating With Stapleton Was A “Dream Come True”

Co-written by Pearce alongside frequent collaborators Shane McAnally and Pete Good, the song was taken to the next level with the addition of Stapleton’s vocals.  

“Having Chris Stapleton join me on this song was a dream come true and he unlocked an element to the story that I didn’t even know it needed,” she shared. 

Following the release of “We Don’t Fight Anymore,” Pearce gave fans another taste of her forthcoming album with the release of “Country Music Made Me Do It,” which serves as a love letter to the country music genre.

Carly Pearce "Country Music Made Me Do It" Single Art
Carly Pearce “Country Music Made Me Do It” Single Art

Country Music Made Me Do It Tour

Carly Pearce recently extended her headlining Country Music Made Me Do It Tour with the addition of three new dates in Tacoma, Chicago and Grand Rapids.

Presented by Ford Bronco and Conundrum Wines, Pearce’s Country Music Made Me Do It Tour will kick off on October 5 in New York City and continue through November 18, where the trek will wrap up in Detroit.

The 15-city trek, which makes stops in major cities such as Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles and more, will feature support from Adam Doleac and Hannah Ellis on select dates. See a full list of Carly Pearce’s Country Music Made Me Do It Tour dates below.

Opry Goes Pink: Pearce Will Flip The Switch

Shortly after kicking off her highly-anticipated tour, Pearce will return to the Grand Ole Opry to flip the switch on the Opry’s signature barn backdrop, turning it pink for the night in partnership with Susan G. Komen® in the fight against breast cancer for the 15th Anniversary of Opry Goes Pink 

Starting now, $5 from every ticket sold for the evening will be donated to Susan G. Komen® to aid in the fight against breast cancer. Tickets are available at opry.com. Other artists performing that evening include: Opry members The Isaacs, Gary Mule Deer, and Riders In The Sky plus Priscilla Block and more.

Hosted And Performed At 16th Annual ACM Honors

Additionally, Carly Pearce recently hosted the 16th Annual Academy Of Country Music Honors (ACM Honors) for the third consecutive year, where she also performed “What He Didn’t Do” in honor of the ACM Songwriter Of The Year, Ashley Gorley.

Filmed at the iconic Ryman Auditorium on August 23, ACM Honors will premiere on Monday, September 18 at 8/7c on FOX.

For more information on Carly Pearce’s upcoming tour and new music, visit her official website HERE.

Carly Pearce Country Music Made Me Do It Tour Dates

October

5 – New York, NY – The Town Hall^ 

6- Boston, MA – House of Blues^ 

7- Silver Spring, MD – The Filmore^ 

12 – Madison, WI – The Sylvee* 

13 – St. Louis, MO – Stifel Theatre*  

14 – Norman, OK – Riverwind Casino+ 

20 – Myrtle Beach, SC – House of Blues^ 

21 – Augusta, GA – Miller Theater^ 

27 – Los Angeles, CA – The Wiltern^ 

Carly Pearce; Photo Courtesy of Allister Ann
Carly Pearce; Photo Courtesy of Allister Ann

November 

1 – Paso Robles, CA – Vina Robles Amphitheatre^ 

2 – Santa Rosa, CA – Luther Burbank Center^ 

4 – Tacoma, WA – Emerald Queen Casino ^

16 – Chicago, IL – Riviera Theatre ^

17 – Grand Rapids, MI – Monroe Live ^

18 – Detroit, MI – The Fillmore ^

^Adam Doleac 

*Hannah Ellis 

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Andrew Wendowski is the Founder and CEO of Music Mayhem. As a 29-year-old entrepreneur, he oversees content as the Editor-In-Chief for the independent brand. Wendowski, who splits time between Philadelphia, Penn., and Nashville, Tenn., has an extensive background in multimedia. Before launching Music Mayhem in 2014, he worked as a highly sought-after photojournalist and tour photographer, collaborating with such labels as Interscope Records and Republic Records. He has captured photos of some of the biggest names, including Taylor Swift, Metallica, Harry Styles, P!NK, Morgan Wallen, Carrie Underwood, The Rolling Stones, Madonna, Shania Twain, and hundreds more. Wendowski’s photos and freelance work have appeared nationwide and can be seen everywhere from ad campaigns to various publications, including Billboard and Rolling Stone. When Wendowski isn’t running Music Mayhem, he enjoys spending time at concerts, traveling, and capturing photos.

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