Lucy Hale’s “Nervous Girls” Speaks to the Heart

Posted on February 10, 2014 by

Pretty Little Liars‘ Lucy Hale may be new to the music scene but that hasn’t stopped her from doing everything she can to bring her fans with her into this part of her life.

Most recently Hale released a video of an acoustic recording session for the song “Nervous Girls” off her upcoming album due out later this year.

Lucy tweeted  that it was “a very special song” that she hopes speaks to her fans.


“Nervous Girls” speaks to the current self-esteem issues girls are facing these days. After opening up about struggling with an eating disorder in the Cosmopolitan magazine back in 2012, it’s no wonder the lyrics about girls unhappy with their looks resonates so strongly with Hale.

The 24-year-old singer/actress moved to L.A. as a teenager to pursue a music career but when nothing took off she started taking acting roles and making her way into the spotlight through that untapped talent.

After her role in A Cinderella Story: Once Upon A Song in 2011 she landed a record deal and has passionately been working on her music since.

As a Tennessee native, her musical influences include our resident Canadian country singer, Shania Twain. Listening to Lucy’s new songs, her debut single, “You Sound Good to Me” and “Nervous Girls,” they reflect a similar sound to that of Shania Twain’s early work.

Are you excited for Lucy’s new music?

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