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Mar 20

STREAM: “Everybody is Looking for Some Light” a film by Colony House

$10 - $15
Presented By: MOKB Presents
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Start Time: 7:00 pm

“Everybody is Looking for Some Light” a film by Colony House You are invited to the online debut of “Everybody is Looking for Some Light.” A feature length film that blurs the line between a concert film and an adventure documentary, with insightful and clever commentary from an independent rock band. Follow along as Colony House travels from the Tennessee hills through the Mojave Desert, into the Sierra Nevada mountains and down the Pacific Coast capturing breathtaking performances and an unscripted look at what it's like to be in a band with your best friends.

In the end “Everybody is Looking for Some Light” is a refreshing story that doesn't take itself too seriously while finding beauty amidst the chaos and holding on to hope inside of these fragile times.

The archived stream will be available to watch until Sunday, March 28th.
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ARTIST PROFILE | Colony House

IndieRock

Colony House quietly steamrolled into the mainstream on their 2014 full-length debut, When I Was Younger, with its lead single “Silhouettes” becoming the #1 most-played track on SiriusXM’s Alt Nation for four consecutive months. In between constant touring and performances on Late Night with Seth Meyers, CONAN, and Today, 2017’s Only The Lonely yielded fan favorites “You Know It” and “You & I.” Not to mention, they garnered widespread praise from New York Times, Entertainment Weekly, Paste, Clash, Huffington Post, A.V. Club, Earmilk, and many others. After nearly two years of solid touring without recording, the musicians found themselves at a crossroads in 2018. They transitioned out of the major label system and went back to the beginning, to their roots. At the top of 2019 the band teamed up with Ben Shive, who produced Colony House’s debut album When I Was Younger, to begin recording their third studio album. A confluence of serendipity, fate, and inspiration led the band through the recording process. The new album, Leave What’s Lost Behind, incorporates a storied family history going back generations mixed with folklore surrounding a runaway to create an album worthy of being a classic novel.

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