Colony House hail from Franklin, Tennessee, the same small town as Paramore, but their sound is different than the Hayley Williams-fronted pop punk band. The trio comprised of brothers Caleb and Will Chapman and longtime friend, Scott Mills, have a wealth of experience in music, having grown up with award-winning Christian music singer/songwriter, Steven Curits Chapman. The band’s origin started with Caleb’s solo work that morphed into a band sporting his namesake, CALEB. The name change was inspired by the confusion it would cause during live performances and the band has been on a roll since the release of the song, “Silhouettes” off their debut album, “When I Was Younger”.
The trio recently stopped by to speak with B-Sides On-Air host, Pete Mar, about the band’s start, pranking each other and more. Check out the interview!
Here’s the band performing “Silhouettes” for us from Neck of The Woods in San Francisco:
Who would win in a round of Family Feud- Colony House or Knox Hamilton? Let’s find out-