The Voice finalists show off cornhole skills, skeeball shots and plenty of concert fun
Credit: Chris Hollo/ 2014 Grand Ole Opry

Just a couple of sweet Okies – yes, from Muskogee – hanging out with friends, hitting the arcade and playing music.

Those are the homespun scenes from PEOPLE Country’s exclusive first look at the new video from The Swon Brothers for their first single, “Later On.”

Brothers Zach and Colton Swon – who came in third on Season 4 of The Voice for Team Blake Shelton, their fellow Oklahoman and mentor – let their pure sibling harmonies shine in the video, and show off their sweet sibling chemistry, too.

The rising stars are shown jamming with their band on their tour bus, playing a game of cornhole with pals and smashing up against one another in a silly bumper car outing with energetic, stage-diving concert shots mixed in for good measure.

“We wanted our first video to mirror our lives and really show our fans who we are, both on and off the stage,” Zach tells PEOPLE.

Off-screen, the guys (who signed with Arista Nashville last fall) are watching their career in country music flourish: They made their Grand Ole Opry debut in April, are currently touring the country (performing their “Swoncerts,” as their fans like to call them) and were featured in PEOPLE Country’s Sexiest Men issue in May.

Here’s hoping that “Later On” down the road they’ll have even more videos to share.