Gotee Records' Capital Kings have just released their new single, "Fireblazin." Along with the new single there a radio mix and two remixes, one of which is by Soul Glow Activatur. The single is now available on most digital outlets including iTunes and Amazon.
"We've had the privilege of traveling all over the country and certain parts of the world this past year and what we've seen is people's lives being changed," shares Capital Kings. "We've learned to become part of something bigger than ourselves. 'Fireblazin' is a movement to tell the world exactly that and to tell the world of the hope we believe in."
Capital Kings is a talented duo that blends pop, electronic dance music, and rap into an intoxicating musical mix that makes audiences want to move, and yet there's a thought-provoking, life-affirming undercurrent. Capital Kings combine style with substance and introduce flash with a foundation. Engaging audiences seems to come naturally to Jon White and Cole Walowac, who formed Capital Kings while still living in their native Washington D.C. Jon and Cole have parlayed a long-term friendship and shared passion for music into one of the hottest careers in the industry. Despite their young age, the duo's history is a lengthy one.
"We were in the nursery in the same church," Jon says. "We moved away to Massachusetts for a few years, Cole and I met back up in the same middle school and we started playing in the youth group band. Cole would play drums and I would sing and that's how we started making music." Influenced by a variety of artists from Maroon 5 to TobyMac, Jon and Cole began creating their own sound.
Both are multi-instrumentalists, and between the two of them, they play piano, guitar, trumpet, keyboards and drums. "We were really interested in electronic music and were always fascinated with what DJs were doing because that was starting to get big when we were in high school," says Cole. "We got really into programming, just making beats. We love hip-hop music as well, so I always made beats and we just decided that one day we'd start making music that was different than a normal rock band. We just started making electronic music and beats and it just came together. It was a natural thing."
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