Gotee Records Announces Signing of Highly Anticipated
Electronic-Pop Duo Capital Kings

Act launches their EP, I Feel So Alive, at digital retailers today

Will make their arena debut on the Winter Jam Tour 2012

Gotee Records proudly announces the signing of highly anticipated electronic-pop duo, Capital Kings. Originally from Washington D.C., Capital Kings is comprised of Franklin, Tenn. residents, Jonathan White and Cole Walowac. The duo has been creating quite a buzz over the past year, infusing elements of pop, rock, electronic dance music and rap into their songs. Capital Kings has already begun to make their mark, remixing on some of the industry’s most acclaimed artists’ records including TobyMac (EYE ON ITDubbed & Freq’d), Group 1 Crew (Fearless), Mandisa (Remixed: Get Movin’) and Britt Nicole (Gold). To kick-off their signing to Gotee Records, Capital Kings releases their debut EP, I Feel So Alive, to all digital retailers today, September 25. Physical copies of the EP is available at the Gotee store:Gotee.com/store.

Toby McKeehan introduces Capital Kings, plus the “I Feel So Alive” lyric video: http://youtu.be/kifEuxCfwnU?hd=1

“It’s not everyday I get to introduce Christian music fans to a group that exceeds all expectations, but that’s exactly what Capital Kings is doing,” says Toby McKeehan, Gotee Records co-founder and CEO. “Already proven studio remixers and producers, this songwriting duo makes up a new artist that will take our industry to a new chapter and inspire listeners everywhere. I can’t wait for people to hear it!”

The duo is gearing up for their first arena tour on the 2012 Winter Jam Tour, kicking off this November. The tour also features TobyMac, Jamie Grace, Group1Crew, among others. In line with their busy fall, Capital Kings is currently in the studio working on their debut record, set for release early 2013.

[Get Connected with Capital Kings]
Website // www.CapitalKingsMusic.com
Facebook // www.facebook.com/CapitalKings
Twitter // https://twitter.com/capitalkingsusa
“I Feel So Alive” Lyric Video // http://www.youtube.com/capitalkingsmusic
I Feel So Alive EP // http://bit.ly/ckepit1

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