Fiddle master and rising country charmer Natalie Stovall and her band the Drive have been on something of a hot streak since releasing their self-titled EP last summer. Following a successful Kickstarter campaign this past December, the “Mason Jar” crew are set to release a second EP, Heartbreak.
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The video is a modern-day romantic maze, as Stovall tries to navigate several failed first dates stemming from a mobile app. There’s a guy who pounds beers, a little-too-passionate sports fan and a dude who shows up at Stovall’s door in the buff.
Stovall and the Drive’s Heartbreak EP was recorded in Nashville and is due February 23rd. It’s the latest building block of a young artist and group who have been cutting their teeth opening for stars like Dierks Bentley, Blake Shelton and Justin Moore. Stovall and the Drive are currently on tour with country DJ Bobby Bones and his comedy band the Raging Idiots.