With the much-anticipated release of their latest single to Country radio via Play MPE, SOUTHERN HALO is proving once again that “Anything Is Possible.” Feel-good layering of electric guitar and mandolin offers a high-energy counterpoint to the sisters’ unique harmonies. Written by hitmaker Catt Gravitt (Kelly Clarkson, Jake Owen, Kid Rock) and award-winning songwriter/producer Carl Falk (One Direction, Nicki Minaj, Demi Lovato).
It’s such a great song,” Natalia states. “We wanted to kick off 2018 by lifting everyone’s spirit with its message, that ‘anything is possible’ if you put your heart, soul and mind into it.”
The song should immediately resonate with the trio’s enthusiastic followers, just as it did for Natalia, Hannah and Christina Morris, the siblings from the Mississippi Delta who form SOUTHERN HALO.
You’re a bird who has forgotten/That you have wings/You’re a voice that will be heard
Ya just forgot that you can sing/You’re a dream that’s on the edge
You can reach it even if you fall/Anything is possible
The group has succeeded, and chosen a likely hit as the first release from their upcoming album due out this Spring. SOUTHERN HALO is currently on a radio promotion tour in support of the new single, and will be available for interviews at Country Radio Seminar, February 5th-7th.
Natalia (principal songwriter, guitarist, lead vocalist), Christina (drums) and Hannah (bass) are SOUTHERN HALO. Since landing in the National finals of the 2014 Texaco Country Showdown as the youngest competitors ever, the band has opened for Maren Morris, Deana Carter, Love and Theft, Brantley Gilbert, Eric Paslay, Tyler Farr, Parmalee, Old Dominion, American Young, Blues immortal B.B. King and legendary chanteuse Dionne Warwick, among many others.
The Cleveland, Mississippi natives have performed at the CMA Music Festival, at a pre-show on the rooftop terrace of the Grammy Museum in Los Angeles and launched Townsquare Media’s “Say It With Pepsi” Concert Series. They’ve also hosted their own radio show, “Hangin’ With Halo,” on WDMS-FM and worldwide on CMR Nashville. Major media outlets have taken notice as well; the teen-oriented Justine Magazineand France’s Guitarist Magazine have both featured the group prominently in recent issues.