Priscilla Block Tells the True Tale of a Ruined Night in ‘Just About Over You’

Sometimes heartbreak just seems to find you.

Written by Chris Parton
Priscilla Block Tells the True Tale of a Ruined Night in ‘Just About Over You’
Priscilla Block; Photo Credit: Victoria Blalock

Priscilla Block finds herself in the wrong place at the wrong time in her new video for “Just About Over You,” acting out a true tale of romantic regret.

Directed by Logen Christopher, the storytelling clip brings this an autobiographical single to life, all about a perfectly good night getting ruined. Block co-wrote the track with Emily Kroll and Sarah Jones about bumping into an ex at a delicate moment, and its video captures the scene. Filmed in the lovable Nashville dive bar, Losers, it finds the fresh faced singer and a group of friends out celebrating their freedom — only to be reminded of the shackles of heartbreak she thought were off for good.

“It’s the whole idea when you think you’re over someone and you get to that point of ‘alright, I think I’m good.’ And then, BAM!!!” Block says of the project. “A train hits you and you’re like, ‘I thought I was good, but I’m not.’ I hope people crank up the radio and scream out at their ex like, ‘Why’d you have to do that — I was good until you messed it up!’”

“Why’d you have to come back in right then / Right when I was just getting good and gone? / Guess I was in the wrong place at the wrong time / You must’ve heard I was moving on / Then right out of the blue / A quarter past two, I’m all about you / When I was just about, just about over you,” goes the anguished chorus hook.

Featuring an emotional, modern country sound, with heart-pounding drums and devastated electric guitar riffs, the track highlights Block’s pristine vocal … and the end of the video hints at more to come.

After the track was released independently and helped Priscilla Block score a record deal, “Just About Over You” is now climbing the country radio charts, and Block is writing and recording new music for her major-label debut.