If you took your time for an extensive, fullfilled childhood, you're allowed to grow up late in your twenties. Just like Captain Capa, undergoing their musical coming-of-age right now with their new record 'Foxes'. Captain Capa are still living in Bad Frankenhausen, where they grew up sheltered, but anything but plain. But the province of Thuringia can't provide endless input for two creative boys in their mid-twenties, which is why Hannes Naumann and Maik Biermann tend to break out as much as possible to catch up on big city lights.
Since 2011 the duo is almost constantly on tour - with rapidly increasing success - even internationally. After the release of the album 'Saved My Life' (Audiolith Records, 2011) Hannes and Maik got shaken up pretty hard: more than 200 live shows, the New Music Award, tv-performances, the Vans Warped Tour through the United States and over 40 festival-shows from Groningen (Eurosonic) to Budapest (Sziget) in 2013. Meanwhile Captain Capa are probably the hardest touring band in Audiolith - and certainly the most-rousing on. The new album 'Foxes' came October 25th last year and Captain Capa are celebrating the release by touring the USA this year!
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Germany's Captain Capa are teaming up with AP to bring you the premiere of their new video for “Arsenic.” The track is taken from the band’s latest album, Foxes, which was released in 2013. -- AP
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