On Friday, March 13 Los Angeles’ famed venue, The Wiltern will present an adrenaline filled show with three of the sexiest rock acts of today, including Tennessee’s Colony House.
The Chapman brothers will share the stage with indie rock darlings The Kongos on their headlining “Lunatic Tour.” The band, composed of brothers Caleb Chapman (vocals) and Will Chapman (drums), and guitarist Scott Mills, offers ear candy reminiscent of Cold War Kids and U2, which means your heart will pound and your soul will vibrate.
Colony House’s debut album, When I Was Younger, was released last year and became one the most downloaded songs on Sirius XM Alt Nation. For those unfamiliar, their sound is cinematic and robust laced with airy instrumentation and nimble melodies that you can’t and won’t want to shake.
Southern Cali’s very own Sir Sly will also be joining the South African headliners that evening and dousing their fans with their haunting and liquidy soundscape. The group first stepped into the scene with the three tracks on their debut EP; their single “Ghost” tore through the alternative airwaves and made music fans look twice. Slowly but surely, their slow downbeat commercial ballads underpinned by pummeling bass, embellished with guitars and propelled by synths made indie skeptics unwavering fans.
Prepare to embark on a sonic voyage that will take you across continents, across soundscapes and straight into awesome-town. It’s a hot ticket, so don’t miss it! Doors open at 8 p.m.
Tickets available here or at the door.