Taking the second half of 2020 by a whirlwind, rising country artist Carter Faith releases third single, “Easy Pill.” The new song follows her debut single, “Leaving Tennessee,” which has quickly garnered over two million on-demand streams since it came out at the end of July. Her follow-up single, “Sinners in a Small Town,” was hailed by Billboard as “a haunting, memorable song that demands your attention, as does [Carter’s] smoky, dusky delivery.”
“Easy Pill” is about the part of heartbreak where you don’t know which direction to go in anymore, and sometimes, we get stuck or “high” in rock bottom. The song was co-written with veteran Curb / Word Music publishing songwriter Tiffany Goss and Warner Music artist, Sam Hatmaker, and produced by hit songwriter and producer Ben West (Pink, Blake Shelton, Tim McGraw, Lady Antebellum, Carly Pearce) along with the original production team behind Carter’s first two releases, Jen Stegall and Margaret Valentine.
A North Carolina native, Carter Faith moved to Nashville to attend Belmont University as a songwriting major, bringing with her the only three songs she had written up to that point. Now a prolific and gifted writer, Carter has a unique perspective and an instantly memorable vocal styling that calls to mind country music luminaries like Kacey Musgraves. Carter is signed to an Artist Development deal with Altadena, the multi-faceted music company founded by late hitmaker busbee (Maren Morris, Carly Pearce, Keith Urban) with Artist Management from Pound It Out Loud, an entertainment company founded by songwriter and producer Margaret Valentine. CAA handles booking services, with a superstar team of cross-genre agents running point.
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