Counrty-folk-rock duo the Swon Brothers cruised to a third place finish on Season 4 of 'The Voice,' but they don't consider themselves losers. Not even close. In fact, the Bros. were the first duo to make it to the finals in the show's history.

And they've got good people on their side. The duo's association with their coach Blake Shelton, who won his third year in a row with Danielle Bradbery, is anything but done, even though the season is.

"Our success will be defined by what we do in the coming weeks and months," Colton Swon, 24, astutely told Tulsa World post-finale. His brother Zach, 28, admitted that the Oklahoma duo "rode the horse as long as we could," and that Shelton remains firmly in their corner. Obviously, the pair made the most of its time on the show.

"He's been texting us today," Zach reveals, confirming that Shelton is helping them secure meetings in Nashville. While the sarcastic coach "can be a wise guy," Zach acknowledges that "right now, it's all business." Business Blake is a good Blake, and the Swons will surely benefit from his laser-like focus.

With a trip to Nashville on their docket and a continued partnership with Shelton, the Swon Brothers are scratching the surface of their potential, and they have a promise for Team Blake fans: "You will see us on the road. You will hear a new record."