Channeling Old Hollywood glamour with a subversive twist, Nashville singer Amanda Stone storms onto the scene with the feel-good single “I Want You.” The official music video for “I Want You” is a flirty, dirty, nostalgia-soaked romp.
Embodying the sordid and the glamorous, Stone infuses the video with a high-voltage sensuality and a dark, twisted humor. In a track that captures the craving of both obsessive love and chemical dependency, Stone renders the highs and lows of infatuation, and the blurring line between fantasy and grim reality, with glitz and grit. Clad in vintage regalia, we encounter Stone in both the throes of aggressive seduction and desperate escapism as she stuffs bread into her beau’s mouth and then huffs chemicals curled next to the kitchen sink.
Born of her personal struggles, “I Want You” combines elements of darkness with Stone’s desire to create a song that “makes you feel lighter.” “I Want You” is a punky take on the music of 1960s girl groups with a modern production, helmed by acclaimed Nashville producer Gregory Lattimer (The Strokes, Albert Hammond Jr., Aaron Lee Tasjan). Stone worked with a local crew of womxn to create the unforgettable video.
Amanda Stone’s music has been featured on SiriusXM Little Steven’s Underground Garage by renowned disc jockey Rodney Bingenheimer (Mayor of the Sunset Strip).
Watch the official music video here: https://youtu.be/gUFQzlgVnNA