The Swons release a surprise
Friday, January 29, 2016
– The teases from The Swon Brothers became reality at the stroke of midnight as the duo released a surprise EP.
"SURPRISE. NEW MUSIC is finally out," the Swons posted on their Facebook page. The duo posted on social media in recent weeks that new music was coming soon.
Timeless" dropped with six songs. Colton and Micah Swon had released their debut CD in October 2014 on Arista Nashville, but left the label one year later.
Songs on the EP are:
1. Just Another Girl
5. Killing Me
6. You Got Somebody
The Swons, who are from Muscogee, Okla., released the EP on their own. They start a tour with Carrie Underwood on Saturday night.
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