Wednesday, August 22, 2012

City Slang: Amy Gore & Her Valentines’ album to drop October 13

Posted By on Wed, Aug 22, 2012 at 7:43 AM

Amy Gore and Her Valentines will release their debut album, In Love, on October 13.

A record release party is planned for that evening at the Lager House in Detroit, at which point the band will likely already have stunned the Arts Beats & Eats crowd.

They say, “After spending the summer recording, the band announces the release of their first album, on October 13th with a record release party planned in Detroit that evening at the Lager House. In Love was produced, engineered and mixed by Al Sutton and includes special guests Luis Resto (Was (Not Was), Eminem), funk guitar genius Dennis Coffey and guitarist Jackson Smith’s pianist sister, Jesse Paris Smith. It will be available on vinyl, cd and digitally.”

A video for the “Driving Around” single can be seen here.

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