Natalie Stovall and the Drive have a new EP coming in February, and in advance of the project's release, they're sharing its first single, "Heartbreak," and the song's accompanying music video.

Produced by Ron Gonzalez and Randy Peterson, the "Heartbreak" video features Stovall embarking on a series of bad dates thanks to a dating app. Ever had a date seem too interested in someone else, drink too much or show up interested in ... well, you know? Then you'll get a kick out of this clip.

The music video ends with Stovall locking eyes not with the guy she's with, but with a girl across the room who's also on a crappy date, and they silently let each other know they're not alone.

Stovall herself wrote "Heartbreak," with some help from Jason Gantt and Maile Misajon.

"It was our first time writing together, and I came in bearing my soul about my record label shutting down and the struggles that I was facing in the wake of suddenly being an independent artist again. I’m a glass-half-full kind of girl, so I was trying to focus on how those challenges would eventually become a blessing and make me stronger as an artist," Stovall explains in a press release. "Once we got started, it was one of the most fun and easy co-writes."

Natalie Stovall and the Drive's new EP, also called Heartbreak, is due out on Feb. 23. More information is available on their official website.

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