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Because the band is more than ready to share with you its exhilarating new album “Motivator” set for release on 16th September 2016 via High Roller Records.Occasional Hometown shows in Chicago plus DIY tours of the USA in 2010 and again in 2011 turned out to be a lot of fun indeed, and meanwhile the first studio album was underway.Our show Aug 26 with Make Them Suffer, Enterprise Earth, and Spite has been cancelled due to inclement weather. A European vinyl release via High Roller Records followed a few months later, and the white-label version is of course a nice rarity nowadays.

Our show Aug 26 with Make Them Suffer, Enterprise Earth, and Spite has been cancelled. More information concerning future cancellations at Walter's Downtown will be released as things progress. More information concerning future cancellations at Walter's Downtown will be released as things progress. When asked about High Spirits’ popularity, founder Chris once joked, “I don’t know! ” It’s true that the self-titled 2009 demos collection may have caused a minor sensation, originally self-released as a plain white-label LP and sold at the first High Spirits show, which was in August of 2009.

Mary Scott walked out of her tiny brick house, one hand clutching a plastic tub of birdseed, the other holding on to the front door in case she lost her balance.

Taking her time, she stepped off the front stoop and onto a pebbled sidewalk that her husband, Walter, dead now for a decade, had laid down one weekend in the mid-sixties. “Miss Whitey, I call her.” Suddenly her voice faltered, the doves forgotten. Scott had noticed a young man down the block, walking past one of the new three-story townhomes that now line the street, some of them still unoccupied, the builder’s signs advertising wood-paneled ceilings, recessed lighting, and granite countertops.

Despite her relatively unglamorous getup, her audience is enraptured.

From makeup artist to manicurist, the photo-shoot crew hangs on every word of her languorous Texan drawl as she regales them with tales from nights out with pals like Andy Warhol and Truman Capote.

Our show Aug 26 with Make Them Suffer, Enterprise Earth, and Spite has been cancelled. More information concerning future cancellations at Walter's Downtown will be released as things progress. More information concerning future cancellations at Walter's Downtown will be released as things progress. When asked about High Spirits’ popularity, founder Chris once joked, “I don’t know! ” It’s true that the self-titled 2009 demos collection may have caused a minor sensation, originally self-released as a plain white-label LP and sold at the first High Spirits show, which was in August of 2009.

Mary Scott walked out of her tiny brick house, one hand clutching a plastic tub of birdseed, the other holding on to the front door in case she lost her balance.

Taking her time, she stepped off the front stoop and onto a pebbled sidewalk that her husband, Walter, dead now for a decade, had laid down one weekend in the mid-sixties. “Miss Whitey, I call her.” Suddenly her voice faltered, the doves forgotten. Scott had noticed a young man down the block, walking past one of the new three-story townhomes that now line the street, some of them still unoccupied, the builder’s signs advertising wood-paneled ceilings, recessed lighting, and granite countertops.

Despite her relatively unglamorous getup, her audience is enraptured.

From makeup artist to manicurist, the photo-shoot crew hangs on every word of her languorous Texan drawl as she regales them with tales from nights out with pals like Andy Warhol and Truman Capote.

Her recent memoir, Black By Design: A 2-Tone Memoir opens with her adoptive (white) mother punishing her for throwing up, at the age of four, when told that she’d been adopted.