Priscilla Block Celebrates Escapism On New Monitor ‘Faux Names’

Priscilla Block has releases her newest observe “Fake Names,” which she wrote with Alysa Vanderheym, Summer time Overstreet, and Audra Mae. The music is a celebration of escapism that the nation artist says was in itself an entertaining diversion.

“Once we wrote ‘Faux Names,’ it was simply such a enjoyable course of,” stated Block. “I imply, 4 ladies in a single room writing about letting free together with your girlfriends and having totally different identities for the night time. You recognize, you at all times have that one good friend that drinks an excessive amount of, or the woman that’s beginning fights within the bar, or the one which may get arrested by the top of the night time. It’s only a actually enjoyable music about going out and being somebody completely totally different for the night time.”

Block’s success with her hit duet with Justin Moore, “You, Me, And Whiskey,” is constant with the current launch of an acoustic model of the music. Its video rose to No.1 final week on CMT’s Sizzling 20 Countdown, additionally sitting on the summit of Music Row’s Nation Breakout Radio Chart. It rose 6-4 in its thirty sixth week on Billboard’s Nation Airplay chart, dated August 5, and is up 12-11 in its thirtieth week on Sizzling Nation Songs.

The artist’s stay dates proceed tonight (4) with a sellout present at Kansas Crossings On line casino in Pittsburg, KS, and he or she has a number of extra dates all through the month. On September 7, Block hits the highway as particular visitor of Outdated Dominion on their No Unhealthy Vibes Tour, beginning on the Van Andel Area in Grand Rapids, MI, and is a part of the itinerary till September 15.

Then after many extra solo dates, from October 26 she joins Moore’s You, Me, And Whiskey Tour for 3 exhibits, the primary at Dothan Civic Middle in Dothan, AL. December has her reuniting with Outdated Dominion on their schedule, together with a Bridgestone Area present in Nashville on the fifteenth. Extra particulars at Block’s official website.

Buy or stream Priscilla Block’s “Fake Names.”