Amanda Jordan releases emotionally driven video for “You Don’t Wanna Know”


When it comes to love and heartbreak, Nashville-based country artist Amanda Jordan knows a thing or two. In 2022, she made an appearance on ABC’s The Bachelor, where she performed her single “I Choose You.” This performance brought the single to #21 on the Country Billboard Sales Chart in the US, up to #2 on the iTunes Country Chart, and earned her much love and support from romantic hopefuls who understood the power and the beauty of love that she expresses in the song. Amanda has since released four more singles, like “Break Your Heart” and “Right There With You,” the latter of which being a dreamy duet with country singer-songwriter Mitch Rossell. Even though she has achieved a great amount since that performance of “I Choose You,” such as her semi-finalist status in SiriusXM’s 2023 Top of the Country competition and a finalist in CBC Music’s Searchlight Competition, Amanda will always be there to share poignant love stories. She plans on releasing her debut album later this year, which will feature her latest single “You Don’t Wanna Know.”

Released on March 15, “You Don’t Wanna Know” is a heartfelt warning from Amanda about trust and believability in relationships. She shares lines like, “He’ll drive you crazy ‘cause he can / You won’t stay mad because you can’t” and “He’s gonna love you all night long / Make it feel like you’re the one,” before revealing, “That ain’t what it feels like to let him go / Take it from me / You don’t wanna know.” The melancholy piano and gentle harmonies complement these bittersweet lines, their sad yet docile tones rounding out Amanda’s tender experience. By sharing her story, Amanda is helping others who may be oblivious to certain red flags or points of concern in a new relationship.

In the music video below, which Amanda co-directed and co-produced with Jeff Isy, we feel as if we are speaking with Amanda directly. Her pensive blue eyes stare right into the camera as she pours her heart out, reliving the relationship. We can tell from her movements and overall body language that this story still affects her, the wounds are still fresh. But there is a certain poise that she possesses that shows that she has grown from this and is not going to let herself – or anyone else – make the same mistakes.

About “You Don’t Wanna Know,” Amanda has shared,

“I wrote this song as a letter to another girl about a guy who just isn’t who he says he is. In dating situations, I believe it’s important to watch for red flags, check your facts, and take warnings from other women seriously. When we’ve experienced a devastating heartbreak firsthand and see the same warning signs for someone else, this should be expressed. Women shouldn’t be afraid to speak up, have each other’s backs, and stick together.”

You can listen to “You Don’t Wanna Know” on platforms like Apple Music, Spotify, and SoundCloud.

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