SixForty1 showcased their flawless harmonies with their duet partner Morgan Johnston in their new heartbreak anthem, “You Still Keep Me Up” on November 13 and now they are putting their vocals on full display with an acoustic rendition of the track.
On Wednesday (Jan. 27), the rising star duo debuted the acoustic rendition of the impressive duet accompanied by a music video that finds the Austin Gee and Morgan Johnston singing the song while Brooks Hoffman played guitar and harmonized with Gee perfectly in a dimly lit room.
“‘You Still Keep Me Up’ is powerful and has always been a favorite song in our catalog,” the duo shared of the track. “We wrote it a couple years ago and have been waiting for the perfect moment to release it. Morgan Johnston is incredible. To be able to collaborate with someone as talented as she is is an honor. We think fans will love this duet and we are excited to watch the response and the journey for this song.”
SixForty1 is poised to have a banner year with their distinctive sound, catchy lyrics and irresistible instrumentals. Not to mention the rising pop country duo continue to maintain a fresh new sound with each and every release, keeping their country roots intact while blending in some infectious pop elements that just leave you craving more, further cementing themselves as the next superstar country duo.
The duet follows the release of their latest singles “Four Good Years,” “Get Gone,” “Forget Those Heels” and “Somebody’s Gonna” which were all released earlier in the year. These tracks follow SixForty1’s 2019 releases “Next Kiss,” “Plane Crazy” and the double A-Side single release of “Show You Around” and “I Get That.” And even though the duo has yet to release an album, they have already begun to create quite a buzz with their catchy choruses and anthemic sound.