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March Madness Begins As Capital Kings Releases Music Video
“You’ll Never Be Alone” With A Little Help From Their Fans
Capital Kings is selected as one of AmazonMP3.com’s 
$5 Albums for March
The infectious debut single is currently the Air1.com free song of the week
Nashville, Tenn – March 7, 2013 – Dubbed as the new face of electronic pop, Capital Kings (Cole Walowac, Jon White) have already had a breakout year with their debut album entering the Top 5 on the Billboard Christian Albums Chart and embarking on one of the largest arena tours, Winter Jam. This month is no exception for the emerging act who releases their debut music video “You’ll Never Be Alone” this week: http://youtu.be/klf_k_pxWoE. The music video was directed by Sean Hagwell (Hot Chelle Rae) and filmed in Denver, Colo. Capital Kings sent out a call out to fans inviting them to join them on set to help record the video for the song, which was penned by the duo along with Telemitry (Jordin Sparks).

In addition to their video release, the infectious single is available now on Air1.com as their free song download of the week (http://www.air1.com/music/free-songs.aspx). Continuing to propel Capital Kings’ March Madness, their debut album is selected as one of AmazonMP3.com’s $5 albums for the entire month (http://bit.ly/ckaz5).

The duo is currently on the 2013 Winter Jam Tour along with headliner TobyMac until the end of March. Following the Winter Jam Tour, they will continue touring and performing shows which include a show in Trinidad, opening for acclaimed band Neon Trees and playing the halftime show of the Oklahoma City Thunder game on March 19.

About Capital Kings
Capital Kings has already begun to make their mark as one of the hottest new acts, being hailed by The Houston Chronicle as “the [electronic pop act] finally to break away from the herd.” The DC natives have remixed on some of the industry’s most acclaimed artists’ records including TobyMac (EYE ON IT, Dubbed & Freq’d), Group 1 Crew (Fearless), Mandisa (Remixed: Get Movin’) and Britt Nicole (Gold). Their smash debut, Capital Kings includes an impressive list of guest artists with TobyMac, Britt Nicole, Royal Tailor and Soul Glow Activatur of Family Force 5. The duo opened on the West Coast run of the 2012 Winter Jam Tour and continue to impact arenas all across the country on the East Cost run of the 2013 Winter Jam Tour.

[Get Connected with Capital Kings]
Website // www.CapitalKingsMusic.com
Facebook // www.facebook.com/CapitalKings
Twitter // https://twitter.com/capitalkingsusa
iTunes // http://bit.ly/itunesckck
AmazonMP3.com // http://bit.ly/azckings

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