Pop-country singer Lena Stone looks to get a little closer — a lot closer, actually — in her video for “Personal Space,” a dreamy new clip premiering on Sounds Like Nashville today (March 26).
Dueting with herself in a mirror, the trippy clip finds Stone looking dazzling but relaxed in a hot-pink jumpsuit and all-white studio, perfectly “reflecting” the song’s uptempo mix of club country and confessional songwriting. With a danceable rhythm and memorable hooks to keep fans moving, it’s a cool-handed come on that’s full of effervescent character. “I want you all in my personal space,” she coos in the propulsive chorus.
“This song is so fun and playful and I love how the video reflects that same energy!” Stone says. “It’s hot pink and sassy, and one of my favorite visuals I’ve ever created for a song.”
No stranger to SLN, Stone is a Massachusetts native and a founding member of Nashville’s all-women songwriting collective, The Song Suffragettes. She’s previously released tracks like “Nervous,” “Can’t Think Straight” and “Running Out of Red Lights,” and plans to drop her new EP, Princess, in early spring.