Colin’s first single “Give Thanks” won him NT song of the year (Blues and Roots) and saw the self proclaimed gypsy Scotsman tour the East Coast impressing crowds with his intense live performances.
It’s been a long and bumpy road for Colin Lille to get where he is now. After years of battling with drugs and alcohol he migrated to the centre of Australia, picked up a guitar, became sober and devoted his life to music. Through cross collaboration with the Northern Territory arts scene Colin was able to begin a journey to create music that has helped him to grow. He has worked along side some of Australia's best artisits and producers including Dave Crowe (Resin Moon) Ben Allan (Broadwing producer of Gawurras acclamed album) in collaboration of Shadows on Blue. In 2013 he won the NT heat for Telstra Road to Discovary which helped him create a stronger national profile. It is with his 2016 debut album Glass Homes that he has been able share his stories about genuine struggles through songs that cut straight to the bone. Recorded at producer Mark Myers studio in Cairns the two began work on an incredibly honest album.