Country star Carly Pearce is sending an important message through her latest song.
During an interview with Fox News Digital, the 33-year-old singer detailed her next big single, “We Don’t Fight Anymore” and shared the “worst place” a person can get in a relationship.
“I think it’s just about that place of indifference. I think that can be the worst place that you could ever get in a relationship, is when neither of you really care,” Pearce explained at the Country Music Association (CMA) Fest.
Grammy winning artist Carly Pearce detailed her latest single with Fox News Digital and shared how she felt before her big performance at CMA Fest. (Getty Images)
“I feel like it’s an important message…one that maybe can save a marriage or save a relationship, or maybe it can give somebody the boost to really call it and be done.”
Fox News Digital spoke with the “What He Didn’t Do” songstress at her 2nd annual charity event, “Carly’s Closet,” where she gave fans the ultimate access to shop her closet at CMA Fest.
WATCH: CARLY PEARCE HOSTS FASHION POP-UP FOR CHARITY AT CMA FEST
During the event, Pearce was gearing up for her first big performance at CMA Fest. The Grammy winner said she had waited 13 years to play at the main stage and was “really excited” to fulfill her dreams.
Carly Pearce hosts the Carly’s Closet pop-up shop benefiting the ASPCA at Noelle Nashville. (Getty Images)
The “Next Girl” singer additionally thanked Dolly Parton for her successful career, as she invited Pearce to be a member of the Grand Ole Opry.
“I just think she’s somebody that I will continue to look at . . . as such a pivotal part of why I want to do this as an artist.”