All-female country trio Runaway June recently released a video for “Broken Hearts (Do Broken Things),” premiering it on CMT and on the Paramount Times Square Billboard in New York City.
The band said the song is about the crazy things people with a broken heart do.
The visual, directed by Taylor Kelly, shows Stevie Woodward jumping headfirst into the chaos of heartbreak and acting with reckless abandon.
“She can’t be the one to blame (broken hearts do broken things),” sing Jennifer Wayne and Natalie Stovall.
Mandi Sagal, Steve Fee and Sarah Lake co-wrote “Broken Hearts” with Runaway June ultimately changing the lyrics from first-to-third person.
“She’s been making out with strangers / Shoots tequila without chasers / Been crying in the club / Sweepin’ tears under the rug / She’s been dancing up on tables / Call her crazy and unstable / But she ain’t as messed up as you think,” the lyrics go.
“We all know that feeling of getting your heart broken and going out and doing some questionable things, so we wanted to make ‘BROKEN HEARTS’ feel as supportive and inclusive as possible,” says Woodward.
“Whenever we play that song live we see the groups of girls out in the crowd dancing and going crazy, acting out the lyrics,” Stovall adds. “That’s exactly what we want from all our music – for people to hear it and let loose and have so much fun.”
(Photo: Acacia Evans)
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