No matter how busy country singers are, it seems they're never too busy for kids. While in New York, the Swon Brothers stopped by PS22 elementary to sing with the school's famed chorus group.

The Swon Brothers' self-titled debut album dropped Tuesday (Oct. 14), and in the midst of promoting it, they swung by Staten Island for a singalong with the PS22 kids. The school is known for their chorus -- students audition to make it in and devote lots of time to their singing once accepted. In years past, the state's largest elementary school has seen great musical acts come through, including Carrie Underwood!

The Swons performed their song 'Pretty Beautiful' with the chorus, and it truly was beautiful. The students swayed and smiled along, even when they weren't singing, and after the performance, the chorus -- along with director Gregg Breinberg -- spent time with the country duo asking questions.

Understandably, the Swon Brothers were grinning ear to ear after such a special moment at PS22.

"I love y'all," Colton Swon tells the kids, clearly thankful. "This is seriously one of the coolest moments of my life right now and I'm being dead honest with y'all this is so cool."

"I haven't been home in four weeks and I'm wearing dirty clothes and we have been exhausted, but I'm gonna tell you right now ... I was tired before we got here, I was even sleeping in the van, but this just like woke me up," Zach Swon adds. "This is the coolest thing we've done."

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