Carly Pearce has already shared that work on her next record is underway, and her next project will be different than her 2021 album, 29: Written in Stone. Pearce opened up on the 15-track collection about the heartbreak she’d experienced from her divorce after less than a year of marriage, and from losing friend and well-respected producer known as “Busbee,” who died in 2019.
But now, Pearce has new inspirations. Her life looks different, and she shared how fans will hear that when they listen to her next album.
“I think what fans have shown me is they want to see how I see the world,” Pearce said in a statement shared by her record label. “So, it’s been an interesting process of coming out of a season of my life that was so hard and transitioning into one that, yes, is so much fuller and richer, but also still a hard way to come out of. You don’t just blink your eyes one day and you’re healed, or you don’t just wake up one day and say, everything’s great, and yay! So, I think this one is just a chapter of my life that’s more navigating a new season, navigating to me, the best season of my life, honoring what I have been through, honoring that some of those things will live on with me as I carry through my life. And celebrating that I made it through in such a wonderful way.”
Pearce recently shared a few photos on Instagram to share that she’s working on new music. She wrote at that time: “I told y’all I’ve been loving what I’ve been writing— so it’s time to start the next record, which we did this week. So much has changed in my life, for the good. I can’t wait to share where I am 🥲♥️”