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article imageReview: The Swon Brothers delight on new single 'Later On' Special

By Markos Papadatos     Jul 12, 2014 in Music
Arista Nashville country duo The Swon Brothers have released their music video for their single "Later On," which features their strong harmonies.
It was co-penned by such country songwriters as Ryan Hurd, Joey Hyde and Justin Wilson. This marks their breakthrough single in the country genre, and veteran producer Mark Bright (who has worked with Carrie Underwood, Sara Evans, Rascal Flatts and Reba McEntire) served as their producer.
It is already a Top 20 hit on country radio, sitting at No. 19 on the Billboard Hot Country Airplay charts, and climbing.
Their song's music video shows The Swon Brothers having a fun time, such as strumming their acoustic guitars, playing pool, partaking in bumper cars, and even Colton body-surfing at their own concert. Their vocals are reminiscent of Love and Theft meets Dan + Shay. Being a huge fan of both of those aforementioned duos, that ought to be taken as a compliment. The song has a fun and youthful vibe to it, where the listener can easily recall a quintessential Rascal Flatts upbeat tune.
In the song, the male narrator inquires what his female love interest is doing later on in the night. "Let's go start a fire, How about you and I get, This thing, Moving shaking grooving, Baby tell me what you're doing, Later on, later on," they sing.
The duo is comprised of brothers, Zach and Colton Swon. In 2013, they were the third place finalists on the reality singing competition, The Voice, where they were mentored by Warner Music Nashville recording country artist Blake Shelton.
The Verdict
Overall, The Swon Brothers' debut single "Later On" is a fine vocal performance, with a high-quality production. The duo displays a great deal of potential as vocalists and instrumentalists. The zest they exhibited in their music video is infectious. It garners 4 out of 5 stars.
For more information on The Swon Brothers and "Later On," visit their website.
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