Watch: Colony House talks 'coming alive' on their new album before start of U.S. tour
Will Pankey

When most people think of  Tennessee, they think of country music. Some of the greatest country stars known to man have hailed from Nashville, aka Music City, but in the past few years we've seen a wave of change—a wave of alternative rock.

A part of this change, is the four-piece outfit Colony House. The Tennessee-based band, which consists of two brothers (Caleb Chapman and Will Chapman) and two friends (Scott Mills and Parke Cottrell), break the typical Tennessee band stereotype with their modern indie rock sound. The band has seen recent success with their hit single, "You Know It," from their latest album, Only The Lonely, which they are about to go on tour for. 

The Only The Lonely tour kicks off Feb. 15, with a Feb. 27 show in Cambridge, Mass. at The Sinclair, March 31 in Seattle at The Crocodile,  an additional date just added in Denver at the Bluebird Theater on April 5, and their final show of the tour will take place in Atlanta at Vinyl at Center Stage on April 14. Check out a full list of dates here.

AXS caught up with Colony House before they set out on their U.S. tour, check out the video below.