Colony House have premiered their new track titled "Where I'm From" along with the music video directed by Caleb Chapman of Colony House and Jon Steingard.
Colony House have premiered their new track titled “Where I’m From” along with the music video directed by Caleb Chapman of Colony House and Jon Steingard. The track is off their upcoming third studio album Leave What’s Lost Behind out January 24, 2020.
It’s a song about the beauty I see in the wonderful and also the painful things around me and how even in those fragile times in my life, there is something connecting everything. I’m just one small part of a bigger picture and that is what we wanted to capture in Shiprock, New Mexico in the video. This simple and peaceful area that is also expansive and grandiose with each of us playing our part in the song and in life. – Caleb Chapman
A confluence of serendipity, fate, and inspiration led the band back to their roots lyrically. Leave What’s Lost Behind incorporates a storied family history going back generations mixed with folklore surrounding a runaway to create an album worthy of being a classic novel. The band teamed up with Ben Shive, who produced Colony House’s debut album When I Was Younger, to tap into the freedom of their formative years as a band.
The band gave fans a first taste of the upcoming album with the release of their single “Original Material” as well as “Looking For Some Light.” Colony House recently released the music video for their single “Original Material.” Directed by Caleb Chapman of Colony House and Jon Steingard, the video set out to be a parody of themselves as a band trying too hard to be “original” only to realize it’s just not working out.
Colony House quietly steamrolled into the mainstream on their 2014 full-length debut, When I Was Younger, with its lead single “Silhouettes” becoming the #1 most-played track on SiriusXM’s Alt Nation for four consecutive months. In between constant touring and performances on Late Night with Seth Meyers, CONAN, and Today, 2017’s Only The Lonely yielded fan favorites “You Know It” and “You & I.” After nearly two years of solid touring without recording, the musicians found themselves at a crossroads in 2018. They transitioned out of the major label system and went back to the beginning, to their roots.
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