Today, GRAMMY, CMA and ACM Award-winning singer songwriter Carly Pearce premieres the hauntingly captivating music video for her rising single “We Don’t Fight Anymore” featuring Chris Stapleton (Big Machine Records) – watch HERE.
Directed by Alexa Campbell, the music video enlists actors Lucy Hale – a longtime friend of Pearce – and Shiloh Fernandez, who visually bring Pearce’s stirring single to life as it follows the journey of a couple whose emotional disconnect has left them numb, unable to even engage in conflict. As their desolate existence reaches a climactic point, their indifference is laid bare when their house burns down, revealing the depth of their apathy towards their crumbling relationship.
Of bringing “We Don’t Fight Anymore” to life on-screen, Pearce said: “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 began teasing the forthcoming world premiere of the video across socials with a post featuring Hale on Monday. Last night, she posted the music video’s trailer, setting the scene for this morning’s reveal.
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“We Don’t Fight Anymore” unlocked a new musical chapter for Pearce, an authentic display of her musical sensibilities as she fully leans into her sound and cements her place as a transcendent storyteller.
Upon its June 16 release, the single ignited with an impressive 95 first-week total station adds – Pearce’s biggest add date of her career thus far – and widespread praise from fans and critics alike:
“A haunting, spare ballad that’s an immediate contender for awards-circuit recognition” – Billboard
“Pearce’s highly-anticipated heartache song displays her expert storytelling” – iHeartRadio
“Pearce has always been one to let her heart guide her songwriting. In this case, her incredible ability to capture the disheartening yet mature emotions made for an exploration of honest lyrics and striking vocals.” – Country Now
“She’s found the space between obvious and often-used themes of love and hate, right and wrong… ‘We Don’t Fight Anymore’ signals promise for Pearce’s post-29 ear of music-making.” – Taste of Country
“Four minutes of Kentucky-drenched perfection” – Holler.