Colony House Take New Perspective in 'You & I': Exclusive Premiere

Colony House
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Descendant Records/RCA Records' new act Colony House are bringing their rock pop vibes exclusively to Billboard with the premiere of their new single “You & I."

The song comes off the band's upcoming second studio album, Only The Lonely, following their debut Billboard 200-charting LP When I Was Younger. On it, the quartet focuses on coping with the current "fragile" state of the world.

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"Lyrically and musically this song pushed us out of what's comfortable to us. In a time in history that feels so fragile we feel like this song takes a different perspective," the band tells Billboard. "The lyric 'Maybe the world isn't crazy / Maybe it's You & I' is our attempt to look at ourselves before we point a finger at someone else. Musically, we approached this song like a live show. We recorded it as one take with all of us playing our instruments in a room at the same time. That approach really helped us draw out the emotion and urgency that the song expresses."

The band -- made up of brothers Caleb Chapman and Will Chapman, as well as Scott Mills and Parke Avery -- was inspired by their time on and off the road in creating the upcoming album Only The Lonely. It follows their last release from the set, "You Know It."

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Only The Lonely is set to drop Sept. 16. Listen to the exclusive premiere of "You & I" here:  


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