Kardashians, meet Overtone.
But don't worry, Kim, Kourtney and Khloé—it's not like the six guys are trying to move in on your reality television territory.
Or are they?
"I love their show!" Overtone member Valentino told us while promoting the premiere of Mrs. Eastwood & Company on May 20 at 10 p.m.
Ernie said his girlfriend is hooked on the Kardashians. "Hopefully she'll watch this show more than the Kardashian's show," he laughed.
"The Kardashians are very family-oriented and I think the Eastwoods are, too," Riaan said. "So I think it's all going to be a big happy family. I don't think it's really competition."
"Nobody's trying to push someone else down," Shane said. "If anything, you want the other people to succeed. So I don't think it's an issue or anything like that that we're on their turf."
As we already told you, Overtone is managed by Clint's wife, Dina, who moved the guys to California after discovering them in South Africa. One of the show's most touching story lines follows bandmember Eduard coming out as a gay man.
"It's been very emotional," Eduard told us.
"It's just been a whole journey of finding yourself," he said. "During the process of everything happening I came to terms with it and I was like, 'This is my life and I'm going to roll with it.'"