Colony House Concert Review

By Sophie Shomaker
April 10th 2023

Despite the name Little Image, there was nothing small about the energy this band brought. As opener for Colony House on their Canonballers tour, the trio from Texas had some big shoes to fill. The guys did it effortlessly, though, by putting on a stellar show and having a high-level of crowd engagement. Lead singer Jackson Simmons even got into the pit on multiple occasions to connect with the fans and surf the crowd. This band is definitely worth seeing next time they are in the Pacific Northwest.

Colony House could have quite literally brought-the-house-down at their show at Neumos on April 4th. The Tennessee-based group did not hold back when it came to their performance. Playing some of their top hits like “Silhouettes,” “Moving Forward,” and “Would Ya Could Ya” early on kept the fans engaged and excited. The Seattle crowd came through, too, with a packed venue that was standing-room-only. Even after being on tour for almost two months, they were just as electric as their first shows. Finishing off their second-to-last show of their Canonballers Tour with the iconic hits “Canonballers” and “You Know It” was a bittersweet end to a perfect night. The next time they are in town, they will certainly be playing at bigger venues like The Wamu Theater or Climate Pledge Arena, so be sure to grab those tickets when they come around again.