colonyhouseColony 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!

B-Sides On-Air: Interview - Colony House Talk Alex Trebek, Pranks, Music Background

Here’s the band performing “Silhouettes” for us from Neck of The Woods in San Francisco:

B-Sides On-Air: Colony House Perform "Silhouettes"

Who would win in a round of Family Feud- Colony House or Knox Hamilton? Let’s find out-

B-Sides On-Air: Family Feud - Colony House vs Knox Hamilton