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Halie Can’t Stay Away From ‘Southern Boys’ (Review)

There’s just something about southern boys. At least, that’s how Halie sees it. 

With her new song, appropriately titled “Southern Boys,” co-written with producer Stone Aielli, Halie flips through various boys from the West Coast to Utah to Chicago and back down to the South. She’s seen it all, but nothing compares to homegrown men with a little dirt on their boots.

“Make some noise if you love the downhome drawl / How ‘bout them men out in Tennessee, kisses smoother than whiskey,” she sings. “Give me Carolina Blues on a hot summer night / Alabama roll-tide in his eyes / If I have a choice, I’ll always choose those southern boys.”

Backed with slick pop-country production, Halie spits her lyrics with acid on the tongue. It’s equally seductive, in the way she snarls the words and skips like a stone over the melody. It’s a late-summer anthem that’ll have you enjoying one last bonfire before autumn settles in and the cold takes over. Even if it does, “Southern Boys” will warm you up in no time.

Listen to “Southern Boys” below.

“Southern Boys” comes on the heels of “Heart of a Man” and “Over Sad Songs.”

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