Southern Halo Makes Duo Debut With Upbeat Reminder To Slow Down

With impeccable timing, Nata and Tinka Morris of Southern Halo mark their debut as a duo with an upbeat, uplifting reminder to slow down and give gratitude with “Don’t Let Another Day Go By.”


Perfect for our current “social distancing” lifestyle and the self-reflections that are a natural by-product of this environment, the new single is a punchy, positive rallying cry for “staying present” and expressing appreciation for the world – and the people in it.


Resonating with Southern Halo’s vibrant harmonies, “Don’t Let Another Day Go By” enjoyed a premiere on Billboard April 23rd.


Written by Nata Morris and renowned composer/producer Cliff Downs (Foreigner, The Judds, Gary Morris), a shortened radio version and an extended fan track were mixed by legendary engineer Ted Jensen (The Eagles, Toto, Norah Jones) of “Hotel California” fame.


Slow down

Let go

Breathe it in, go with the flow

Put the pause on “want it all”

Take the time to make that call

Break down

That door

Try to love a little more

And while you’re learning how to fly

Don’t let another day go by   (N. Morris / C. Downs)


Fans can stream and/or purchase both versions of “Don’t Let Another Day Go By” from Spotify, Apple / iTunes, Amazon and Google.



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ABOUT Southern Halo

Previously a trio, the Morris sisters became the youngest artists to compete in the Texaco Country Showdown in 2014, held at the Ryman. Their debut EP followed, produced by Alabama’s Jeff Cook. Next, they teamed with hit songwriters Gerald O’ Brien and Catt Gravitt for two full-length projects in 2015 and 2018. The latter, Just Like In The Movies, generated two Top 25 hits on the MusicRow Country Breakout Chartwith “Anything Is Possible” and “I Think Too Much.” Using each project as a stepping stone, the siblings embarked on multiple radio tours, extended U.S. performances and three tours to the UK. Their finely tuned stage shows have earned them spots at CMA Fest, Bluebird Café, Grammy Museum Mississippi, and Grammy Museum Los Angeles, among others. Media coverage from Billboard, MusicRow Magazine, All Access, iHeartRadio, and Radio Disney Country helped push Southern Halo into the spotlight. They’ve shared the stage with Maren Morris, Old Dominion, Randy Houser, Easton Corbin, Brantley Gilbert, and legends Dionne Warwick and B.B. King. Originally from Cleveland, Mississippi, Nata and Tinka now call Nashville home.


Follow Southern Halo



Twitter: @duohalo

Instagram: officialsouthernhalo



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