Colony House releases ‘The Cannonballers’ album before heading on tour


Yesterday Colony House released their newest album The Canonballers just weeks before their U.S. tour kicks off. Diving into their musical creativity, the band brings back the classic 1950’s surf rock genre. One of their new songs, titled “Landlocked Surf Rock,” is what the band expresses as their sound. The heavy driving drums and tasteful electric guitar work together to create a powerful and dynamic sound that transports listeners to a new age in the indie/surf rock style.

The Cannonballers as a whole flows naturally and each song within holds true to that surf rock vibe. The band’s songwriting skills are on full display, with each track telling a unique story while also showcasing their musical abilities. While most songs on the album focus on music that keeps you dancing on your feet, the album does include some slower times to help wind down. Colony House has recently been posting information about each song on the album via their Instagram, giving fans a closer insight into their music before it even was released! One song titled ‘Trying to Survive’ has been labeled as a “weary souls anthem” by the band. While the subject may not be viewed as the brightest, the clean guitar mixed with their easily recognizable rock sound creates a song that you can easily find yourself blasting in the car. The lyrics discuss how we are all connected as people through the fact that we are just trying to survive. The band wanted to create a song that showed the beauty of that ideology. A song that could connect with everyone and cut as deep as whatever they’re facing at the moment, and they did an amazing job of taking that perspective and putting it into a relatable song. From the upbeat and energetic opening track to the introspective closer, The Cannonballers is a musical journey that is sure to leave a lasting impression on the listener.

You can stream their album on several platforms here.



Grab tickets to their upcoming U.S. tour here.


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