Carly Pearce has released “Closer to You,” the first single from her second album.
The singer-songwriter from Kentucky said that though it was not penned by her, the song is inspired by her relationship with Michael Ray.
“As much as I love that album, and as much as I love that girl, I am not her anymore,” she told Rolling Stone Country. “I feel like I have pieces of her in me, but I have grown and blossomed into who I am supposed to be, and who I am meant to be,” Pearce added.
“I am in a long distance relationship and I can’t get enough of this person. That for me, lyrically, is what attracted me to this song,” Pearce explains.
“I got a fast car gassed up, sittin’ in the driveway / Got a road that I know like the back of my hand / We could head out right now, baby, we could fly away / Disappear outta here fast as we can,” she sings on the new track
Pearce is also set to perform at the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade on November 22.
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