Lucy Hale is showing off her country roots in the new video for her debut single, "You Sound Good To Me," going on a joyride with friends, trying on cowgirl hats and, eventually, locking lips with a hunk by the bonfire.
Sounds good to us.
The clip debuted during Tuesday's broadcast of ABC Family's "Pretty Little Liars" premiere and quickly hit the web. Directed by Taylor Swift and John Mayer collaborator Philip Andelman, the video highlights a carefree and spontaneous day with friends. As if we weren't already itching for summer...
"You Sound Good To Me," written by Ashley Gorley, Luke Laird and Hillary Lindsey, marks Hale's first official musical endeavor, but her future looks bright.
Hale debuted her new track on Monday (January 6) during an appearance on Sirius XM's The Highway, channel 59, live from Music City Theater in Nashville, where she also teased a few other tracks off the album.
After signing with Hollywood Records back in 2012, Hale told MTV News to expect a "Taylor Swift/Carrie Underwood-ish hybrid" when her debut album hit stores.
"I'm going to do a country/pop album, and I couldn't be more excited," she said. "I grew up in Tennessee, so that's always been my heart and soul. It's hard to come across a true country fan in L.A., but it's true that the fans are so loyal, once you're in their circle, you're in for your entire career. It just really speaks to me. Country music has so much soul and is so heartfelt. I think it's a perfect fit for me. I think it will surprise people."