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We live in two worlds, visible, invisible. Captive's Seth, Michael, David, and Josh look to weave these worlds together with melodic portraits of life and faith. Admitting Skillet, Switchfoot and Red influences, Captive uses a driving rock sound to debut their first EP "Only Human."
Worlds collide in a regret filled cover "Young Rich Man." Dizzying
layered guitar riffs portray the confusion of a man sure and not so
sure he made the right decision. Clean vocal lines and pure harmonies
build to an appropriate musical reprise. The invisible world triumphs over a world of doubt in pop ballad "Flowers." Lyrical imagery and percussion
accompaniment tell of Gods always present and quiet love.
"Only Human's" music lyric synergy drives home a single message - we are flawed and we desperately need God's grace. Captive laments our limits and reminds us of God's greatness - we are worlds apart. Captive gets loud about the distance, composing musical scores that draw us into the reach the One who loves us most.