"Til Tomorrow" was penned by Jordan Walker and Johnny McGuire from the duo, as well as country songwriters Brian Carper and Trey Matthews. Acclaimed country producer Mickey Jack Cones served as their producer, while Mason Dixon directed their song's music video, which was subsequently produced by Christen Pinkston.
"It's good to be out again, good to see all my friends, I had to get out of that house, cause feeling sorry for myself, wasn't working out so well, aw but baby, look at me now, well, it took three months but better late than never, and to think I thought I would hurt forever," they sing in the opening verse.
The song has a relatable message to it, and it is reassuring that the male narrator will be all right by the end of the night (where he is the life of the party). The only thing he would need to worry about are the repercussions on the following morning.
Overall, Walker McGuire shines on "Til Tomorrow." Jordan Walker and Johnny McGuire's voices blend well together, especially their soaring harmonies (which are reminiscent of country group Rascal Flatts). They deserve a "Vocal Duo of the Year" nomination at a future country music award ceremony, whether it is an Academy of Country Music (ACM) or Country Music Association (CMA) nod. Their single garners 4.5 out of 5 stars. Well done guys.
"Til Tomorrow" is available on iTunes
For more information on rising country duo Walker McGuire and "Til Tomorrow," check out their official website