WATCH NOW: RUNAWAY JUNE CAUSES A SCENE IN THE
“BROKEN HEARTS (DO BROKEN THINGS)” MUSIC VIDEO
“Based on a true story,” chart-topping all-female trio Runaway June is en route to the bar to help a heartbroken friend in today’s (11/11) CMT Broadcast Premiere of the neon-lit “BROKEN HEARTS (DO BROKEN THINGS)” music video. Appearing on the Paramount Times Square Billboard in New York City, as well as causing a scene on CMT Music and CMT.com, WATCH HERE.
Directed by Taylor Kelly, member Stevie Woodward leads the fun-and-free clip, jumping headfirst into the chaos of heartbreak. Radiating the fierce and feisty “Middle fingers up / Yeah the hell with love” spirit of their unapologetic new single, she acts with reckless abandon as members Jennifer Wayne and Natalie Stovall remind viewers, “She can’t be the one to blame (broken hearts do broken things).”
Fast-catching major media attention, MusicRow calls the Mandi Sagal, Steve Fee, and Sarah Lake-penned anthem “a boatload of romping fun,” while Billboard applauds, “On their latest, this trio retains their cheery pop-country vibe, but delves deep into the not-so rational decisions one makes when their heart is splintered after a breakup.” With top-tier spotlights by E! News, Entertainment Tonight, and more, check out a recent stripped-down performance of “BROKEN HEARTS (DO BROKEN THINGS)” on The Bobby Bones Show here.
Formed in 2015, Runaway June is an all-female band made up of three powerhouse musicians with no limit to their talent and effortless charisma. With their past triumphs including the GOLD-certified radio hit “Buy My Own Drinks,” the trio has earned ACM and CMT nominations, plus supported Country icons like Carrie Underwood with their electrifying live set – all while drawing major critical acclaim for releases like their 2019 full-length debut BLUE ROSES. Consisting of founding member Jennifer Wayne and fellow vocalists/multi-instrumentalists Natalie Stovall and Stevie Woodward, Runaway June delivers a timeless yet undeniably fresh sound reflecting their eclectic sensibilities and wide-ranging backgrounds. Wayne is a California native who started out on a path as a tennis pro before forming her first band, then began writing for artists like Eric Paslay soon after her post-college move to Nashville; Stovall took up classical violin at age four in Central Tennessee, launched her music career by playing fiddle in the Opryland Kids Club, attended Berklee College of Music, and eventually linked up with Wayne while on tour with her former band; and Woodward got her start playing solo gigs all over South Carolina at 14, studied songwriting and music business at Middle Tennessee State University, and later embarked on a solo career as a singer/songwriter. With new music promised, Runaway June recently brought their harmony-fueled and high-energy brand of Country to the bold and unbridled 2022 single “BROKEN HEARTS (DO BROKEN THINGS).”https://www.countryschatter.com/2022/11/watch-now-runaway-juen-causes-a-scene-in-the-broken-hearts-do-broken-things-music-video/New ReleasesPress ReleaseVideos"Broken Hearts (Do Broken Things)",cmt music,CMT.com,Jennifer Wayne,natalie stovall,Paramount Times Square Billboard,Runaway June,Stevie Woodward,youtube