NASHVILLE, Tenn. (February 7, 2020) – Pop-country artist Lena Stone’s new single “Personal Space” leaves no question as to why Rolling Stone described her music as “smartly written contemporary pop-country with a little sugar and plenty of spice.” Co-written by Stone, Savannah Keyes and Chris Parker, the song’s upbeat, charismatic melody is destined to get listeners dancing as Stone promises honesty and invites her man to learn about her genuine self. With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, “Personal Space” is the perfect anthem for getting to know a significant other on a deeper level.
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“‘Personal Space’ is such a fun, flirty song and it seemed like the perfect song to release just before Valentine’s Day,” expressed Stone. “I loved writing this song and flipping the idea of personal space on its head to tell someone you care about them and want them close to you.”
Over the years, Stone has penned several breakthrough hits for fellow up-and-coming country females Kalie Shorr (“Two Hands,” “Fight Like A Girl”), Kasey Tyndall, and many others. In 2018 she released her self-titled debut EP, and she has continued releasing music since. “Personal Space” is the first single from Stone’s new EP “Princess”, set to be released this spring.
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