ARTS Pick: Colony House

ARTS Pick: Colony House

Imagine the last stretches of day, as the sun sets and a feeling of wistfulness tugs at your chest—these are the sensations the rock band Colony House invokes. The band’s raw philosophy shines through achingly honest lyrics, warm guitar, and inviting vocals. Formed in high school, CH gained traction when its 2014 album, When I Was Younger, charted with the song “Silhouettes,” earning the group TV appearances and opening slots on major tours, until the follow-up, Only the Lonely, made it a headliner.

Tuesday, September 18. $16-18, 8pm. Southern Café and Music Hall, 103 South First St. 977-5590.

 

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