Southern Halo offer the audio antidote for the world's blues with their new single, "Anything Is Possible."

The song grabs the listener from the opening moments with a feel-good layering of electric guitar and mandolin that provides a sprightly bed track for the sisters' unique harmonies.

"You're a bird who has forgotten that you have wings / You're a voice that will be heard, you 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," they sing in the infectious chorus.

The sibling trio of Natalia, Christina and Hannah Morris grew up in the small town of Cleveland, Miss., where they gave their first public performance at a grocery store when youngest sister Hannah was just 9 years old. She plays bass in the group, while Christina plays drums. Natalia is the oldest sister, and she serves as Southern Halo's lead singer, guitarist and principal songwriter. She is 20, while her sisters are still in their teens.

"Our first single from our upcoming album, ‘Anything Is Possible,’ is about conquering anything you put your heart, soul and mind to," Natalia says. "Hit songwriters Catt Gravitt and Carl Falk contributed this feel-good, inspirational song. And we love it!"

Southern Halo draw on diverse influences including Vince GillJustin TimberlakeDave GrohlPinkSelena Gomez and Justin Bieber to create a sound that they call CPR (Country Pop Rock).  "Anything Is Possible" is the first single from the trio's sophomore album, Just Like in the Movies, which is set for release in April. The song is set for release to country radio on Monday (Jan. 29). It's currently available for pre-order at iTunes.

For more information about Southern Halo, visit their official website, or follow them on Facebook and Twitter.

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