Priscilla Block Prepares To Unleash New Musical Era With ‘PB2’ EP

The five-song project drops this Friday, June 21.


Madeleine O’Connell

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June 18, 2024


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Priscilla Block; Photo by Britton Webb

Priscilla Block prepares to step into an exciting new musical era with her forthcoming PB2 EP, available Friday, June 21 via Mercury Nashville. 

The platinum-selling artist officially announced this upcoming project to the enthusiastic crowd at Priscilla’s Fan Club Party during CMA Fest, where she also debuted forthcoming visualizers from PB2.

Putting Three Different Sides To Her Artistry On Display

PB2 features five tracks including previously released “Hey Jack,” and her current single “Good On You,” which already racked up over 14 million streams. Alongside these already fan-favorite tunes, the EP introduces several brand-new songs that highlight Priscilla’s dynamic artistry. 

While reflecting on this fresh chapter, Block revealed that each of the three unreleased tracks on the project tackles different layers of who she is as an artist and as a person – from vulnerability to late-night dance anthems, and small-town tributes. 

“It’s been a while leading up to this next era for me and I’m so excited it’s finally here. I wanted to drop three songs that showcase three different sides of me as an artist,” Priscilla Block shared. “‘Apartment’ is my vulnerable, heart-on-my-sleeve side. ‘Bad Guy’ is the sassy anthem that I want to dance to all night long in a club. ‘Hell Out of a Hometown’ is the country girl inside of me that’s always evolving. This is the start of an ongoing story so make sure y’all pay close attention. Here’s to PB2!” 

Priscilla Block - PB2 EP
Priscilla Block – PB2 EP

PB2 Track List:

1.  Good On You 

2.  Hell Out Of A Hometown

3.  Bad Guy

4.  Hey Jack

5.  Apartment

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“Good On You”

Written by Priscilla Block with Jessie Jo Dillon, Laura Veltz, and David Garcia, “Good On You,” serves as the collection’s leading track. The song finds Block portraying a mix of emotions as she attempts to move on from a past relationship with a person who she comes to realize never truly appreciated her for her true self anyway. 

“I wore that dress, acted my best/ Hiding my mess with the same perfume/ It hurt like hell, finding myself/ Like a light bulb lighting up the neon truth/ Vanilla ain’t me, it ain’t ever gonna be/ It’s plain jane to see that she looks/ Good on you, good on you, good on you,” Block sings on the chorus. 

Even through the remaining pain of heartache, she puts her best foot forward and reclaims her power while encouraging listeners to do the same. 

“’Good On You’ is one of my favorite songs the I’ve put out in so long. I wrote it with Laura Veltz, Jessie Jo Dillon and David Garcia, and this song, I feel like so many people have lost theirselves, whether it was in a relationship or a friendship or just trying to alter who you are to make somebody else feel better. And this whole song is just about getting your power back and being like I’m not changing for anyone.”

Priscilla Block performs at Ascend Amphitheater on Saturday, June 8 during CMA Fest 2024 in downtown Nashville.

On Tour

Last month Priscilla Block wrapped up her headlining Hey Jack Tour and now she’s gearing up to return to the road this fall in support of Jon Pardi’s Mr. Saturday Night Tour.

In the meantime, she will bring her powerhouse energy to stages across the U.S. at various festivals such as Country Jam, Windy City Smokeout, Rock the South and more. 

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Madeleine O’Connell graduated from North Central College with a bachelors degree in Journalism and Broadcast Communications before deciding to pursue her studies further at DePaul University. There, she earned her masters degree in Digital Communication & Media Arts. O’Connell served as a freelance writer for over two years while also interning with the Academy of Country Music, SiriusXM and Circle Media and assisting with Amazon Music’s Country Heat Weekly podcast. In addition to Country Now, she has been published in American Songwriter, Music Mayhem, and Holler.Country. Madeleine O’Connell is a member of the Country Music Association and the Academy of Country Music.