11 Songs, 39 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Zach and Colton Swon parlay their third-place finish on the fourth season of The Voice into a debut album that looks toward ’70-era California country-rock for inspiration. These Oklahoma-born siblings apply their impeccably matched vocal harmonies to radio-friendly upbeat tunes like “Later On” and “95,” as well as faith-rooted ballads like “Pray for You” and “This Side of Heaven.” “Chasing You Around” has a pronounced Eagles vibe, while “Colder” shows off some of the smoothest falsetto moves this side of Coldplay. Sleek production and plenty of chorus hooks help make this an impressive first effort.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Zach and Colton Swon parlay their third-place finish on the fourth season of The Voice into a debut album that looks toward ’70-era California country-rock for inspiration. These Oklahoma-born siblings apply their impeccably matched vocal harmonies to radio-friendly upbeat tunes like “Later On” and “95,” as well as faith-rooted ballads like “Pray for You” and “This Side of Heaven.” “Chasing You Around” has a pronounced Eagles vibe, while “Colder” shows off some of the smoothest falsetto moves this side of Coldplay. Sleek production and plenty of chorus hooks help make this an impressive first effort.

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