Colony House, ‘Only The Lonely’


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'Only The Lonely' possesses a good vibe throughout each song and an even greater reminder that we're not doing life alone

Tennessee is home to the music city for a reason. Four piece indie rock band, Colony House, hailing from Franklin, Tennessee, is one of the best things to come out of the music city. Front man, Caleb Chapman and younger brother, also drummer, Will Chapman, sons of legendary worship leader & singer-songwriter Steven Curtis Chapman, formed Colony House in 2009 with high school mates Scottie Mills on guitar and Parke Corttell on bass.

After releasing their debut album, When I Was Younger placed the band of brothers in places they’d only dreamed of; from playing multiple late night television shows to the highlight of their career – so far – touring the United States with NEEDTOBREATHE on their first ever Tour De Compadres in summer 2015 along side Ben Rector, Switchfoot and Drew Holcomb & the Neighbors.

Colony House’s sophomore album Only The Lonely feels like a whole new success for the band. As you’re listening through this 13 piece album, Only The Lonely shares a continuous message; we’re not in this alone, we’re all in this together. As each song plays, you’re reminded that we’re all on this journey called life together. It’s rare in this day in time to find an album, let alone, a band to follow this same message on with their next project.

Only The Lonely possesses a good vibe throughout each song and an even greater reminder that we’re not doing life alone – that we need one another and to trust your gut on wherever your road takes you.

Check out Colony House on their spring Only The Lonely tour running from February 15 in St. Louis through April 14 in Atlanta with Deep Sea Diver and Knox Hamilton. 

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Lauren McLean

a free spirit, avid concert goer who loves the outdoors, classic cars and anything vintage. music and photography seem to be my only escapes in this world. just your average girl with a rock n roll soul and one who feels the most safe at the front row of a concert.

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