Throughout life’s ups and downs, Carly was fortunate enough to have support from her friends in and around Nashville. Actually, Karen Fairchild, Lindsay Ell and Kelsea Ballerini convinced her to be open and honest about this latest work.

“I feel like these three really pushed me to use this as an opportunity to be a voice on things that people might not want to talk about,” Carly explained. “When you’re 29 and divorced, it certainly doesn’t sound nice. You really helped me realize that in a good way this was so much bigger than I could see in the middle of it.”

Through every personal lyric and song comes a lesson for listeners to potentially hear. For Carly, she hopes that her fans will continue to see the positives in what life has to offer.

“We all fight. Life doesn’t always go the way we imagined,” Carly mused. “But we all have trouble, but that’s what we do with these troubles. When you hear this music, I hope it gives you hope that beauty is in pain and beauty is in battle. Dig deep and find You them. “