This September, you’ll want to make sure you’re at The Barbary to catch two emerging talents when they hit the Fishtown stage. Grab your tickets now to catch COIN and Colony House this fall!
COIN is a self-described product of the ’90s. Which is probably why their music has found favor with the younger audience. They aim to “make music that makes you feel good,” and so far, the band is achieving just that. They hail from Nashville, Tennessee. You may have caught them on their recent tour with Neon Trees. They also appeared as an early act at Radio 104.5’s Birthday Show this past May. Take a listen to their single “Run.” Their eponymous debut album was released last month and is the perfect soundtrack to these warm summer days.
Colony House, a trio also out of Tennessee will also take the stage on September 29th. The band is made up of two brothers (Caleb and Will Chapman) and Scott Mills. Before releasing their debut album, When I Was Younger, the group self-released three EPs. Known now for their hit track “Silhouettes,” the band is making a name for themselves.
COIN & Colony House @ The Barbary
Tuesday, September 29
Show @ 6:30 PM (Doors @ 6:00 PM)