Capital Arms started as a couple kids with some guitars, a garage, a lot of talent and a touch of wide-eyed ambition. Now a well-known band in Atlanta, Scott Patton (Musical Director of Sugarland/Jennifer Nettles) describes the band as “a diverse collection of six musical perspectives that come together to make one incredibly tight sound. Capital Arms, a true band.”
Capital Arms has supported such acts as Somekindawonderful, Tides of Man, played at the Hopscotch music festival in North Carolina along with touring the East Coast with Slowriter (ex-member of The Chariot) and Bear Girl. They have a robust following of listeners in their hometown of Atlanta and are currently bringing their loud and energetic live show to every corner of the Southeast.
The band currently works with Grammy-nominated producer and engineer Bruce Bennett, who has worked with Cool Breeze, Scott Weiland, Kool Moe Dee, The Aquarium Rescue Unit, Jimmy Herring, Francine Reed, Sonny Emory and Vance Taylor from Earth Wind and Fire, and Chuck Leavell.
Their new EP “Firestarter” is available on iTunes, Spotify, Google Play and their website. Bennett describes the record as, “Explosive, smart and exactly what people want.”