With influences that include U2 and Cold War Kids, Colony House’s sound is as big as its aspirations. The Tennessee quartet dropped their second full-length, Only the Lonely, earlier this year, and if its lead single, “Lonely,” is any indication, the band’s atmospheric alt-rock is only getting better with time. With Deep Sea Diver.
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press release: Colony House recently released their sophomore album ONLY THE LONELY, featuring hit single “You & I.” Entertainment Weekly described the album as “…swampy blues, scuzzy garage rock…infectious” while NOISEY declared their sound as “a bright brand of indie-pop” and ELLE Magazine called the album “…anthemic.”
Colony House released a new track “This Beautiful Life” from their second studio album ONLY THE LONELY in stores now via RCA Records. The track premiered on Baeble Music, who raved, “Soaring vocal harmonies begin to join in to make for a chilling, almost spiritual hymn…‘This Beautiful Life’ is a stripped down acoustic song with little polish and a ton of authenticity… it's looking like this [ONLY THE LONELY] is going to be very raw, personal, and fun.”
"This Beautiful Life" by Colony House
Colony House has shared a number of tracks with their fans as they approach album release early next year. “This Beautiful Life” follows the release of album track “Lonely,” which premiered on Paste last month. They premiered the video for their single “You & I,” co-directed by band lead singer/guitarist Caleb Chapman on NOISEY.COM who wrote: “The video for ‘You & I’…descends into chaos, instant replay smacks, freeze frame moments, egos colliding, slapstick horseplay…musically the Tennessee boys work a bright brand of indie-pop that's entirely at odds with the physical angst manifested in this video. But it's this very juxtaposition that makes this video so amusing to watch.” Caleb also co-directed the video for “You Know It,” which premiered on Consequence of Sound who described the band’s sound as “twangy surf pop.” Fans that pre-order the album will receive all four tracks instantly.