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“Halfway Fell” The New Hit Single from Christie Huff

I am going to be upfront. I think “Halfway Fell” is a pop song. I am sure Christie Huff will have something to say, but I bring the genre up not as a bad thing. I just want to be honest with you and set the right expectations. That way whatever I say next is solid.

First off, I really want to stand and clap at Christie Huff’s vocals. They are full and powerful with a dash of sultriness that coats the ear like warm molasses. Christie is easily is in great class of artists including Selena Gomez, Ariana Grande and Katy Perry. Maybe even a class above. “Halfway Fell” really puts this point on full display. So much that I feel it’s even stadium ready.

Being a country bumpkin,  I sometimes have a hard time relating to music in the pop genre. Normally I have to pick either the beat or the message to hold on to. For me, normally the two don’t connect like in the country genre. “Halfway Fell” is a bit different. I have been in several relationships where they fell between love and hate. Given some time to reflect, it was just better to end them. I can imagine you have been in a relationship like this yourself. The crazy thing about “Halfway Fell” to me is that the sad undertone does not get in the way of how much of a pleasure it is to listen to.

“Halfway Fell” should be on your playlist. I can’t wait to see what’s next for Christie Huff. Her talent feels almost limitless. You can get your digital hands on this song and all of Christie’s music my clicking on your music service below.

Thank you for dropping by The Luncheonette. I hope you and your family are safe and healthy during these hard times. If you are feeling lost, alone or both please reach out to me personally on Instagram @southernfellow_. We can get through this together.

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