Captain Everything!

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Captain Everything!
OriginWatford, UK
Years active1998–2007 2010-2011
LabelsHousehold Name Records
Associated actsLightyear
Past membersJon Whitehouse (1998–2007)(2010-2011)
Lewis Froy (1998–2007)(2010-2011)
Blake Davies (2005–2007)
Richard Phoenix (1998–2005)(2010-2011)

Captain Everything! were a punk band from Watford, United Kingdom. Formed in 1998, the band play high tempo pop-punk, which was branded "Bubblegum Thrash".[1] Renowned for their heavy touring schedule, they have played all over the UK and Europe, touring with bands such as The Vandals, Capdown, and Nerf Herder. [2] They were part of the roster of London punk label Household Name Records.


They met at Parmiter's School and formed in 1998.[1]

House Hold Name records signed the band in 2002 and re-issued the album Learning To Play With....[3]

Their extensive touring of the UK included playing the Lockup Stage at Reading Festival.[when?] They have also toured in Russia, Canada and Japan.[2][when?]

In 2006, a proposed tour with The Suicide Machines was cancelled. In the same year the band had two releases and toured in support of the Canadian punk rockers Propagandhi.[citation needed]

Other projects[edit]

Richard Phoenix became the drummer of The Steal until they split up in 2009.[citation needed]

Band members[edit]

  • Jon Whitehouse - bass guitar/vocals
  • Lewis Froy - guitar/vocals
  • Blake Davies - drums (2005–2007)
  • Richard Phoenix - drums (1998–2005, (2010–2011)



Year Album Label
1998 Music By Idiots Hectic Records
2000 Learning To Play With... Hectic Records
2001 Make The Love Connection (split with Route 215) 20 Deck Recordings
2002 Learning To Play With (re-issue) Household Name Records
2003 It's Not Rocket Science Household Name Records
2004 Live at the Camden Underworld DVD (split with Belvedere and Divit) Punkervision
2006 Buena Vista Bingo Club Household Name Records


Year Album Label
2006 "Bomb Song" Household Name Records

Music Videos[edit]

  • Bomb Song (2006)


  1. ^ a b "Peter Miles - A Genuinely Super Producer - NME.COM". NME.COM. Retrieved 2 December 2014.
  2. ^ a b "Captain Everything - Punktastic". Retrieved 2 December 2014.
  3. ^