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The Swon Brothers made The Voice history by becoming the first duo to advance to the final round of the competition as a member of Team Blake Shelton. Even though the brothers did not win the competition, country music has welcomed the unique duo with open arms.
The duo created a large fan following while on the show and returned to The Voice to debut their new single, "Later On."
The track is a fun, upbeat and traditional country song. The chorus makes the audience clap their hands together and fans are already connecting with the future country hit. The vocals on the song are very strong and feature the harmonies that The Swon Brothers are known for.
The musicianship of the brothers is highlighted in the song. However, it is really about re-introducing the brothers to country music and reminding fans why they fell in love with The Swon Brothers during their blind audition.
With the success of Florida Georgia Line in both country music and on the mainstream charts, it is no surprise that The Swon Brothers are striking when the fire is hot.
This leaves fans wondering only one question: If Florida Georgia Line and The Swon Brothers teamed up for a collaboration, would they be the most powerful male band in country music history?
Watch The Swon Brothers performance on The Voice here:
image:THE VOICE -- "Live Show" Episode 518B -- Pictured: (l-r) Zach Swon, Colton Swon of the Swon Brothers -- (Photo by: Trae Patton/NBC)