Wednesday, 2 May 2018

Lena Stone to release Self-Titled Debut EP May 25


NASHVILLE, TN (April 27, 2018) – Singer/songwriter Lena Stone announced today the release her highly-anticipated self-titled debut EP on May 25.
Produced by Adam Wood (Lee Brice, Smithfield, Trace Adkins, Lonestar, Delta Rae), Stone holds writing credits on all five tracks and joins best friend and fellow Song Suffragettes founding member Kalie Shorr on writing “Hey There Hollywood.”

Stone beams, “I’ve been in Nashville writing for the last few years, and now I’m so excited to finally release my debut EP! I feel like the songs on this project do an excellent job of portraying me as an artist and as a person. They are flirty, confident, stubborn and nostalgic just like me. I can’t think of a better way to introduce myself to the country music audience than with this EP!”

To celebrate, she released new single “Running Out of Red Lights” today (4/27). Eager to share the sparkling new tune, the songstress has been giving fans an 
exclusive first listen since Wednesday on Radio Disney Country. She recently performed the new single on TODAY in Nashville. (watch)

LISTEN: Running Out of Red Lights

The new single follows previous releases “
Can’t Think Straight” and “Nervousin giving a taste of her upcoming project and staking what is sure to be a permanent spot in Music City. 

Lena Stone is available for pre-order today HERE. Fans will receive “Running Out of Red Lights” and “Can’t Think Straight” as instant grat tracks.

With both fans and media already raving about her, Stone is ready for a big year. 
Fangirlish recently hailed, “If you’re up for listening to someone who makes you feel like a friend after a few moments, country newcomer Lena Stone is your girl” while Metiza dubs her as “bingeworthy” and boasts that the “blonde bundle of dynamite” is “on a not-so-secret mission to change country music for women in Nashville.”

After earning her Economics degree from Vanderbilt University and lending her songwriting hand to fellow up-and-coming females Kalie Shorr, Kasey Tyndall and more, the sought-after songstress built a catalog of over 500 songs in the process of working on her debut EP.

Published on Mar 9, 2018: Lena Stone - "Can't Think Straight" (Official Music Video), filmed live on Nashville's Music Row!

An original member of the Song Suffragettes, Stone’s vocals, praised by many including Variety Beat naming her “one of the most encapsulating voices in the Nashville scene” and Taste of Country raving she’s “flat out easy to listen to,” can be found on the 
“Time’s Up” video that went viral as the #MeToo movement made its way to Country music.

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1. Tragic (Lena Stone, Adam Wood)
2. Nervous (Lena Stone, Adam Wood, Caeland Garner)
3. Hey There Hollywood (Lena Stone, Adam Wood, Kalie Shorr)
4. Running Out of Red Lights (Lena Stone, Adam Wood)
5. Can’t Think Straight (Lena Stone, David Dorn)


A songwriter since age eight, Stone picked up the guitar at 14 and began performing at school and church. Shortly after, she attended a Grammy songwriting camp in Los Angeles and met hit songwriter Darrell Brown (Keith Urban, LeAnn Rimes, Faith Hill) who told her she belonged in Nashville. 

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At 18, the Carlisle, MA native made the move to Music City to fulfill her dream of becoming an artist. The songstress began writing with folks around town and interned at a publishing company to learn the ins and outs of the industry. In the midst of the magic, she found herself an original member of Song Suffragettes, a weekly sold-out showcase of female artists in Nashville. Stone has since penned over 500 songs, including several hits for fellow rising female artists. She released her first single, “Nervous” in 2017 followed by “Can’t Think Straight” and “Running Out of Red Lights” in 2018. Stone will release her self-titled debut EP on May 25.NKD Mag is “stepping out from behind the veil to show the growing number of female songwriters that are ready to make a change in a male dominated industry.”

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