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Feb 12 Listen: Colony House – “The Younger” EP

While they are working on their second studio album, pop/rock band Colony House released a new EP containing three re-imagined versions of songs from their debut album, When I Was Younger, to make the wait easier for their fans. The brand new EP titled The Younger – EP contains two versions of the band’s debut single “Silhouettes”, and a new version of the second single “Second Guessing Games”. The Younger – EP was released on February 12, 2016 via Descendant Records. Stream the EP below!

Mar 22 Behind The Music: Colony House

Trendio had a lot of fun this week at South by SouthWest in Austin, TX. Today, the tents are being put away, the tourists are checking out of their hotels, and all of our favorite musicians are leaving town, but we are not quite done yet! Last Thursday, we sat down with one of our past Artists of The Week Colony House for an exclusive interview. Colony House is Caleb and Will Chapman and Scott Mills. Trendio: Your first album When I Was Younger came out almost a year ago. How much have things changed for Colony House since then? Colony House: They’ve changed...more

Jan 31 Featured: Colony House

I’m extremely excited to introduce you to one of my favorite musical discoveries of 2014. If you like songs with lyrical depth, polished melodies and killer vocals, you are in for a treat – Colony House is a band from Franklin, TN composed by the two sons of the Grammy award-winning legend Steven Curtis Chapman, Caleb and Will, and Scott Mills. Even though growing up with their father’s music clearly had an influence on Caleb and Will Chapman, the two brothers opted to follow their own path and play alternative rock music instead of repeating what their father had done. Honesty,...more

Jan 30 Artists Of The Week (January 30 – February 6)

We hope you loved our picks for ‘Artists Of The Week’ for the week ending January 30. Incase you missed it, Haley’s pick was singing duo Kalin & Myles. Renée’s choice was Skye Townsend. “Aside from being an obvious internet sensation, Skye sings as well and she’s pretty damn good at it too,” she wrote. Sarah’s choice was New Zealand singer-songwriter, Ginny Blackmore. Sarah stated that Ginny’s most recent single, Love Me Anyway, “shows off all the unique qualities of her voice.” Jesus’ pick was Tove Styrke. “Tove Styrke is one of the most brilliant and fresh exports from Sweden,”...more