Lena Stone took on the Windy City for a special performance at the Chicago White Sox vs. Kansas City Royals game on Wednesday (May 29) at Guaranteed Rate Field in Chicago, IL.
The country songstress performed her songs “Nervous,” “Running Out of Red Lights,” “Can’t Think Straight,” and her brand-new single “Kids These Days” for her MLB debut. The White Sox even gave Lena her own custom jersey at the game, and she shared super cute pics on Instagram showing it off.
“Always wanted a jersey with my name on it….huge thanks to the @whitesox and all the Chicago fans for making me feel so welcome and letting me sing for you! Already can’t wait to come back! ⚾️💙,” Stone captioned the photo.
On her new music, Stone tells CS Country that it’s “pushing boundaries.”
“I’m working on a new project with a brand new producer, his name is Dave Binder, and I’m SO excited to push some boundaries a little bit more on this new set of songs,” she says.
“Content wise, it’s a little bit more grown up, it’s a little sassier with a bit more edge to it, but it’s still got that sing-a-long vibe to it. What I really like about [this project] is it’s not a ton of relationship songs. It’s a lot more life stuff, because I feel like that’s where I’m at right now. I’m in my mid-twenties, and I’m figuring [life] out, and this is what it sounds like! I’m really excited to talk about things other than boys.”
“Kids These Days” arrives on June 21.