The Swon Brothers New EP “Pretty Cool Scars” Is Climbing The iTunes Chart

Oklahoma-born brothers Colton and Zach Swon are better known as the hot country duo The Swon Brothers. After a successful run on the fourth season of NBC’s reality television singing competition The Voice in 2013, the pair released their major-label self-titled debut album the following year. It featured songs penned by several hit writers and released two charting singles; “Later On” and “Pray for You”.

The brothers followed with the release of an EP titled Timeless in 2016 which would also find success on the charts.

The Swon Brothers fans were excited today with the release of another EP titled Pretty Cool Scars. The six-song EP’s lead single “Don’t Call Me” was released last month and was written by Jordan Reynolds and Robyn Collins. The catchy tune has received praise from several artists including country diva and former tour-mate Carrie Underwood; who tweeted “obsessed”. It’s safe to say the boys are enjoying their St. Patty’s Day watching the album continue to climb the iTunes chart.

The pair are also kicking off the EP’s release tonight by performing on the hallowed Grand Ole Opry stage in Nashville, Tennessee.   If you’re in town tomorrow the boys will be hosting a CD release party and performance at ACME Feed & Seed beginning at 8pm on Lower Broadway before hitting the road to promote the album.

Head over to iTunes and snag your copy of “Pretty Cool Scars” now- your ears will thank you.

Keep up to date with all things Swon Brothers by following them on the usual social media outlets including FacebookTwitter and Instagram.

Written by Josie Bisto


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