Colony House, an indie rock band hailing from Franklin, Tennessee, is currently on tour with their latest album "Cannonballers." And let me tell you, they definitely know how to put on a show. They were in Mesa, Arizona on March 28, and from the moment they stepped onto the stage, Colony House had the crowd jumping and clapping. Their energy was contagious, and it was impossible not to feel the excitement in the air.
The band played a mix of songs from their new album and some old favorites, and each one was met with enthusiastic cheers and applause. Their music is a unique blend of indie, rock, and pop, with catchy melodies and meaningful lyrics that are sure to get stuck in your head.
But it's not just their music that makes Colony House so unique — it's their personalities too. The band members are genuine guys who love what they do, which shows in how they interact with their fans. They created an engaging experience and even invited two lovers to play on stage with them. Little Image, another indie rock band from New York, opened for them.
All in all, it was a night to remember. Colony House brought their A-game to Mesa, and the crowd loved every minute of it. If you get the chance to see them on tour, I highly recommend them. You won't regret it!