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Rhythm 'N' Moves

These days it can be tempting for a band to try out-muscling the mounds of competition by trying to technically outplay one another and constantly up the hipster quotient. However, in the case of Capital Lights’ sophomore album "Rhythm 'N’ Moves," it’s all about the melodies and hooks. Granted, the Tulsa-based band is unbelievably tight and talented - as chiseled out on the road with the likes of Hawk Nelson and Run Kid Run - but there’s a sweet simplicity to the project that’s so immediate it’s impossible not to sing along after just a few spins.

“We’re still power pop, but there’s less power and more pop on this project,” notes frontman Bryson Phillips when stacking up new songs against the group’s debut "This Is An Outrage!"

“There’s not as much rock this round as the first album and it’s more laid back, but we’ve also expanded with more styles. We’re still the same band, but we put the focus on melodies without trying to be overly technical. We had a blast making the songs and we hope people have just as much fun listening."

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These days it can be tempting for a band to try out muscling the mounds of competition by trying to technically outplay one another and constantly upping the hipster quotient, though in the case of Capital Lights’ sophomore CD Rhythm 'N’ Moves (Tooth & Nail), it’s all about the melodies and hooks. Granted, the Tulsa-based band is unbelievably tight and talented, as chiseled out on the road with the likes of Hawk Nelson and Run Kid Run, but there’s a sweet simplicity to the project that’s so immediate it’s impossible not to sing along after just a few spins.

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Line-Up

Bryson Phillips - Vocals
Brett Admire - Guitar

Michael Paul Phillips - Drums

Jonathan Williams - Guitars
Jon Odle - Bass