Carly Pearce, Lee Brice drop “I Hope You’re Happy Now” video

Her self-titled sophomore album arrives early next year.

Carly Pearce and Lee Brice have released a stunning music video to accompany their recent collaboration, “I Hope You’re Happy Now.”

The clip simultaneously tells the story of two exes through the use of a split-screen. While the woman in the story soon moves on and finds a new partner, her ex-boyfriend is still taking time to lick his wounds. “I guess my heart, ain’t worth it anymore / I’m a wreck, I’m a mess / And I ain’t got nothing left / And so I hope, you’re happy now,” Pearce and Brice sing on the chorus.

“I wanted to make the ‘I Hope You’re Happy Now’ video as raw and real as the emotion in [the] song,” Pearce shared on Facebook. “So I took it back to the vulnerability I did with the ‘Every Little Thing’ video. No matter how you relate to this song, we’ve all been on one side of the story.”

“I Hope You’re Happy Now” is the second single from Pearce’s eponymous sophomore album, following “Closer to You.” The record is due out on Valentine’s Day next year via Big Machine.

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Watch the video for “I Hope You’re Happy Now” below:

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