Hello, precious Cuenicorns!
I'll try to keep it brief, since I gave you SO much great news in the update earlier this month.
First off, we're shooting a video this Saturday (Nov. 23)! Suzie Cue and The Terrible 2s are pleased to have Allan Crain (a phenomenal STL photographer) shooting a live video of us playing "Who's Coming With Me?!" at one of my favorite spots on Cherokee Street: the STL Stylehouse. They design and screen-print their own STL-centric designs onto shirts (available in your choice of size and color), tote bags, you name it really. They also make some sweet "City of St. Louis" apparel in that fabulous and familiar orange color that some of our local government's vehicles sport. Here's an example (of their stuff, not the vehicles):
Second thing, buttons are here! Right here, in fact:
You can pick up your very own Suzie Cue button for the low price of $1 each. And I'm throwing in 1 sticker (your choice of either black/turquoise or red/yellow) for free with it too, but you'll have to come to a show to get 'em.
Speaking of shows, I'm very excited about the upcoming "3 Bands For 3 Bucks" monthly gig at Venice Cafe on December 5th. More details can be found here, but in short, it'll be me with the Terrible 2s along with Bryan Ranney of Following the Water and Curtis Brewer of Kentucky Knife Fight. They're both very talented dudes, so please come out if you're in STL. Doors are at 9 pm; the fun gets going around 9:30.
Mean Girl Blues (the new album) is coming along nicely--slowly but surely! It's expected out in 2014 sometime--as always, more updates to come.
And speaking of albums, my debut album from 2012, 11 Years of Lo-Fi, is now (finally!) available at Euclid Records in Webster Groves, MO! I finally got to see their new digs (they moved earlier this year) today, and MAN--is that a sweet spot or what?!
That's all I got this week. Stay tuned, and do yourself a favor--subscribe to the email list, so you can know about all this fun shit before everyone else. There should be a spot to do that on the left of your screen somewhere. Try scrolling?
Be well, and don't be strangers!
Kittens & Unicorns,
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