HUSBAND-AND-WIFE DUO THE SPRINGS RELEASE NEW HOLIDAY SINGLE, “FALLING FOR YOU"
Husband-and-wife duo The Springs continue to delight with their new Christmas single “Falling For You,” available now. The upbeat, light-hearted holiday love song, which premiered exclusively with Sounds Like Nashville Tuesday (11/24), “matches holiday excitement with a blast of country romance,” and is “full of shimmering seasonal joy and head-over-heels flirtation.”
Listen to “Falling For You” HERE.
"We actually wrote this song on the way back from visiting family, and I know that helped give us the perfect mindset for a song like this,” member Holly Halcomb told Sounds Like Nashville. “From the line, 'got me feeling like a kid on Christmas Eve’ to ‘this year Santa Clause finally got it right,’ this song ties in so much with our families and our childhood."
"My favorite line of this song is 'shining brighter than the lights on the tree ever could...' That’s just such a fun way of saying, ‘Hey, I know the Christmas tree is beautiful, but it has nothing on you…’ added other half Stewart Halcomb.
The Springs’ fresh, wholesome lyrics and unparalleled harmonies were previously demonstrated on their early 2020 autobiographical release “I’m Gonna Love You” - later brought to life by a music video for the song, which featured the artists and popular Lebanon, Tenn. dive Snow White Diner. In September, the pair released the single “Don’t Need Fixin.’” The true-to-their-roots country tune reflects their feelings on the importance of love over luxury living - a song relatable to anyone that’s made love last through a year of quarantine.
About The Springs:
Although they both grew up in Alabama, Holly and Stewart Halcomb of The Springs first met playing the Bluebird Cafe in Nashville. “Up before me was this girl. She sounded great. She was beautiful. I instantly knew I had to talk to her,” says Stewart. Little did they know they would become partners, offstage and on, amassing over one million streams across platforms, and opening for stars like Florida Georgia Line, Kelly Clarkson, Reba, Little Big Town, Eric Church, Alan Jackson, and many more.
When it comes to The Springs, the only real surprise is that it didn’t happen sooner. “It took three or four years before we became a duo,” explains Stewart. “We didn’t pursue anything initially but the more we dated, we realized that we made a great team,” details Holly, “We each have our strengths, and when we put them together, people in the industry noticed.”
Once together, there was no stopping them. Their live shows began to endear them to a rapidly growing fan base; they have made regular appearances at CMA Music Festival; charted on the Billboard Country Chart with their latest release, “Old Fashioned,” hitting #33; and their albums have landed on top 10 lists on iTunes, Google Play and Amazon Music. But perhaps most importantly, the two are now married.