Priscilla Block shares her vulnerabilities on her upcoming six-song EP, available April 30. The singer announced the project Wednesday with SiriusXM’s Storme Warren.
“This EP is such a vulnerable side of who I am and where I’ve been,” Block said in a release. “It’s my story of falling apart in order to find myself again. I hope that when you hear these songs, they make you feel that it’s OK to not be perfect and realize that sometimes we need the lows to value the highs.”
Not only did Block co-write each of the project’s tracks, she wrote them with people who don’t have publishing deals, she told Warren. “They’re all my best friends, and that’s really special to me,” she said. “It’s not like I just went out and recently wrote these songs. These are songs that came from my bedroom floor and an empty apartment with a couple of friends.”
The EP includes single “Just About Over You,” currently No. 36 on the Mediabase country chart, and new track “Wish You Were the Whiskey,” available now.
Following the release, Block will make her debut on the Grand Ole Opry May 1.