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Capital Lights is an American Christian pop rock band from Tulsa, Oklahoma. Formed in 2002 as Aftereight (stylized afterEIGHT), the band changed its name after signing to Tooth & Nail Records in 2008. The group initially disbanded in 2009, but reunited in late 2010. Presently, the group is on indefinite hiatus. The band has produced three full-length studio albums, two EPs, and multiple singles. Their two latest albums have charted on Billboard in multiple categories. Biography Origins as Aftereight (2002-2007) Capital Lights was formed in Tulsa, Oklahoma in 2002 as a Christian screamo band called Aftereight. The group consisted of lead vocalist Jacob Dement, guitarist Brett Admire, bassist Bryson Phillips, and drummer Jay Caudle. The band chose their name due to the fact their band was only able to practice after 8:00 at night, when part of the band's shift at a local diner was over. Under this name, the band released a self-titled EP in 2003. In 2005, drummer Jay Caudle left the...
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