Captiva - The Hobbit (just kidding). But seriously, we want to convey the message of "life is a garden...dig it." Love what you do, and do what you love.
2) Who, if anyone, has been your biggest supporter/ mentor.
Captiva -Tim Gutschenritter (partner of The Riot Room / lead vocalist of rock band National Fire Theory) has played a major role in the development of both the music and the relationship within the band. He stepped into a leadership role for us back in 2014 when we were recording 'Illusions' and 'Smooth Interrogation'. During this time, we felt that he really helped us find our new sound, and guided us more into the "pocket" of our groove.
3) Why did you decide to start a band together?
Captiva - Honestly, we formed from the pure enjoyment of writing and performing music.
4) How do you plan to grow your popularity?
Captiva - Our goal is to grow our fan-base organically and honestly. We want to form a bond with our audience that allows them to feel as though they are part of the group...because they really are. Each and every audience member plays a major role in the success of our music and our statement.
5) if you could have a billboard anywhere on the planet where would it be and what would it say?
Captiva - Hmm... Highway 75-North, mile-marker 286, just outside of Atlanta, GA. It would read: "Captiva: It's Like EDM For Your Dad."
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