The Swon Brothers Share ‘Don’t Call Me’ Music Video
The "Don't Call Me" video, directed by Jeff Johnson and produced by Ryan Schmidt, takes fans on a virtual tour of Music City as it tells the story of a couple trying to put back together the pieces of their relationship. Shots of the couple are interspersed with Nashville's famous cityscape, as well as with scenes of brothers Zach and Colton Swon performing the track.
“We were so excited when Jeff sent us his treatment for this video," Zach Swon says in a press release. "He really captured the message and essence of the song."
Adds Colton Swon, "Jeff is the master. We are so proud of how this video turned out, and we really love the great shots of our second home, Nashville."
The Swon Brothers' newest single, "Don't Call Me" is a shift from what the Oklahoma natives have released in the past; the song itself shows how the brothers have grown musically.
“Our first music video was really playful … and then we had a video that meant a lot to us, called "Pray for You," and it was more on the serious side,” Zach Swon tells The Boot. “For lack of a better term, I think ["Don’t Call Me"] is a little more sexier of a video — not because of us by any means! The actors did a great job, and the location is super cool. I would like it even if I wasn’t in it!”
"Don't Call Me" comes from the Swon Brothers' recent EP, Pretty Cool Scars. It's their first-ever track with Colton Swon singing lead vocals.
“It just shows a different side of us that I don’t think people have seen before; it’s a little more serious, a little more grown up, I think,” Colton Swon says of the song. “You can try to compare it to other people or other artists out there, but it’s just very fresh, and that’s what we loved about. We’re really excited about the song and the album as a whole.”
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