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Capital letters

Formed in 1972 in Wolverhampton (UK), Capital Letters were one of the main players in the distinctive seventies British roots reggae scene and the first band to sign to reggae institution, Greensleeves Records in 1978. 

A favourite of the late, great, John Peel, the band featured on his BBC sessions in 1979, performing tracks off their critically acclaimed debut album, 'Headline News'.

After a break from the music scene, Capital Letters decided to reunite and in 2008 re-released ‘Vineyard’ under the Greensleeves/VP record label.

As well as recording new material, the band continue to gig, selling out shows across Europe.