Anonymous asked: May I ask why it's called Lewis and his blog and you're named Chris?
i was on /mu/ a lot in 2010
Anonymous asked: nice album mang however I'd be very interested to hear you do a cover of a michael buble song, I feel the contrast between your emotions and his would be intriguing ya dig
Anonymous asked: hey chris, where are you headed in the fall?
I’m going to yale next fall so I’ll still be in connecticut.
I'm streaming my new album on the radio starting right now. -
I’ll be talking about the process of writing and recording each song, so listen for that as well. Click the link above to tune in. Here is the bandcamp page for it and here is the link you can use to download it for free.
Anonymous asked: love your album, you totally sounded like conor oberst in "no exception!" is he one of your musical inspirations?
He is definitely a big inspiration and I acknowledge the similarity of course but it’s funny that someone has said this to me at almost every show I’ve ever played.
My new album is out now for free on bandcamp. -
I have 38 free downloads left on bandcamp and when they run out you can use this link.
Thank you so much for everything.
Our friend Chris over at Lewis and His Blog just released this new record. Check it out folks, it’s good!
Officially out of free bandcamp downloads! Thanks for the kind words. Download the album for free HERE.
I'm hosting a stream of my new album on the radio in 1 hour. -
Tune in at 6 PM on WNHU 88.7 FM (or at the link above) to hear my new album in full, interspersed with my own commentary about the writing and recording process, or whatever comes to mind while listening to the record. If you want you can ask me any questions about the record or about future plans or anything really during the show. Send me questions in my ask box HERE. If I have any time left afterwards, I’ll play some tracks that influenced me during the writing and recording process.
ALSO, I’m out of free downloads on bandcamp, but you can download the new album for free HERE instead.
The show starts at 6 PM.
Debuting Could Be Bitter Forever at my school’s senior project fair. I gave away all my CDs. Thank you all so much! Download for free at chriscappello.bandcamp.com
Dayton, Ohio is the home of the Wright brothers, the Dayton Peace Accords and Guided by Voices, the greatest rock-and-roll band in the modern era. —
Yes, that’s White House press secretary Jay Carney on Guided by Voices, his most favorite band ever (via nprmusic)
On the one hand, this seems like weird timing for a story about Jay Carney’s love of Guided by Voices. On the other hand, “Doughnut for a Snowman” is a great song.
Anonymous asked: Super thumbs up on this album, i was listening to the new frontbottoms for the first time, and decided to listen to a track, and i've been playing it ever since. Really, really, good job with this.
New Front Bottoms is also great and I would even say that there are some similarities between the two! Thanks for listening to my record, though.
Anonymous asked: it kinda sounds like wavves at some points. not a negative or anything imo
Yeah I hear Wavves in some of the guitar leads and the chord progressions. Thanks, I mean King of the Beach is still like almost a 9/10 album for me.
Anonymous asked: Fuck man, I'm 3 songs in but this is leagues better than everything else you've done
I know it is. You have no idea how validated this record makes me feel. Everything I’ve done before has led up to this.
Chris Cappello’s new album is ringing out through the streets of New England (playing quietly in the bedrooms of lots of tired CT teens)
hxnry asked: I'm listening to your debut album, getting hyped. You are a damn good musician.
Thank you!!! I hope you enjoy the new record! It’s a lot better than anything else I’ve ever done.