Carly Pearce releases third single from self-titled second album in 'Call Me'

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Carly Pearce

Carly Pearce has shared the third single from her upcoming self-titled second album – due on February 14 – with Call Me now being available to all. You can see a lyric video below.
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Call Me, which appears to be about her husband Michael Ray, follows in the footsteps of her duet with Lee Brice in It Won’t Always Be Like This and I Hope You’re Happy Now, which is currently doing the rounds on country radio.
Speaking about the single on her Instagram page, Pearce said that as soon as the late producer busbee, whose last work was Pearce’s upcoming album, came to her with the track, she grabbed it with both hands as it felt incredibly relevant to her personal life.
“From the minute busbee sent me this song that he wrote with my gal Emily Shackleton and the boys from Little Big Town, I knew I had to cut it,” Pearce quipped. “Gimme alllll the sass, because after all…. I DID slide into Michael Ray’s DM’s.”
Given that her album isn’t due for another six weeks or so, it is highly likely that Pearce will share another track from her record before it is released – though considering it is 13 tracks in length, it’s worth taking into account that she has already shared basically a third of it with the general public.
2020 is shaping to to be a very busy year for Carly Pearce, who in addition to releasing her second album, already has several American dates pencilled in over the coming months – including a date at the Ryman in Nashville on January 18. All dates are available here.
Last year, the Kentucky born/Nashville based artist was a Main Stage act at C2C and was very much warmly received by those in attendance at London, Glasgow and Dublin.

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