After logging in over 150 dates on the road last year, The Swon Brothers are releasing brand new music. The duo spent the better part of 2016 on Carrie Underwood’s Storyteller Tour, and also played a full slate of their own shows.
They didn’t let the road or the miles under them deter their focus from creating new music for their fans, so they went into the studio last fall with producer Brad Hill (Maren Morris, Brothers Osborne) and came out with a new EP called PRETTY COOL SCARS, which will be released on March 17th.
Fans can download the lead single, “Don’t Call Me,” from the forthcoming EP on iTunes HERE TODAY!
Zach and Colton describe “Don’t Call Me” as a song about being in a bad situation, but becoming stronger despite the circumstances.
“It’s a song I think we can all relate to,” says Colton. “It’s about finally getting to a point where you get over the things you need to get over, and you can move on with your life. I think it can represent people in a lot of different ways.”
“We always like to try out songs in our live show before we make the decision to record them. We like to listen to our fans that way, and hands down, our fans gave us every indication that this was definitely a keeper. We knew we had something golden when we just sat down and played it for the first time in our living room with just the two of us, and it just felt like it was written for us,” says, Zach.
The new single is one of six songs that appear on PRETTY COOL SCARS and Zach and Colton can’t wait to share this new music with their fans.
To hear “Don’t Call Me” and more from The Swon Brothers, check out their performance at 3rd & Lindsley, located at 818 3rd Ave. South in Nashville, TN on Tuesday February 28th, as part of William Morris Endeavor’s Speakeasy.