2013 AT Showcase Round 5 roundup: Knox Hamilton | Rock Candy

Monday, February 25, 2013

2013 AT Showcase Round 5 roundup: Knox Hamilton

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Knox Hamilton played Round 5 of the Showcase pic

North Little Rock quintet Knox Hamilton anchored the middle spot of the Showcase with impressive vocal harmonies and sunshine-y, even danceable, indie pop.

Judge Mandy McBryde wrote, "They're both spiritual and secular in a very new way." Grayson Shelton wrote, "Really great, catchy indie pop songs. A band that you can take home to your mother, but still seal the deal with your girlfriend. Really good vocals."

Guest judge Eugene Whitmore wrote, "Nice sound, but needs a little practice," while CT wrote, "Amen North Little Rock. Very nice songs, awesome melodies."

After the jump, more photos and a video.

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