Today, Grammy, ACM, and CMA-Award winning singer/songwriter Carly Pearce has announced that her fourth studio album, hummingbird, will be released on June 14th via Big Machine Records.

In addition to the album announcement, Pearce has  shared the album’s stirring title track, “hummingbird,”which is out now. The songs release is also accompanied by a stunning music video  which further emphasizes the song’s traditional country sound and sets the tone for Pearce’s creative vision on hummingbird.

When I wrote this song, I knew I wanted this to be the title of the album,” she says on the title-track. “This song plays on my bluegrass roots but also lyrically tells the story of the journey I am on of finding love. This is the most unapologetically ‘Carly’ song I’ve ever written.

Watch the music video below and pre-order the album here.

Produced by Pearce, Shane McAnally, and Josh Osborne, hummingbird marks Pearce’s debut as a co-producer and fully represents her new musical chapter – one of forward motion.

Discussing her inspirations for the hummingbird album, Pearce says, “I have lived a lot of life in the last few years. Entering a new decade has brought a lot of maturity, growth, heartache, and healing. I am still a work in progress, but these songs represent my honesty, playfulness, and openness to keep growing.”

The full hummingbird track list is below, which includes Pearce’s Grammy Award-nominated, Top 20-and-rising single “we don’t fight anymore” featuring Chris Stapleton. The critically acclaimed song is officially RIAA GOLD-certified today.

Keeping her foot on the gas, Pearce hits the road this week with upcoming performances at Country 2 Country Festival in the United Kingdom. Starting March 14, Pearce will join Tim McGraw as direct support on all dates of his 2024 arena “Standing Room Only Tour.” Tickets can be found here.



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  1. country music made me do it”
  2. “truck on fire”
  3. “still blue”
  4. “heels over head
  5. “we don’t fight anymore” featuring Chris Stapleton
  6. “rock paper scissors”
  7. “oklahoma”
  8. “my place”
  9. “things I don’t chase”
  10. “woman to woman”
  11. “fault line”
  12. “pretty please”
  13. “trust issues”
  14. “hummingbird”