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Underground indie music collective The Wheel Workers "S.O.S." music video release show at White Oak Music Hall on Jan. 29, 2022

Underground indie music collective The Wheel Workers


Texas-based underground indie music collective, The Wheel Workers, announce upcoming music video debut and release show for their latest single, “S.O.S.,” from their new album, “Harbor,” set to drop August 2022. The group, whose career spans two decades and various iterations of its members, is composed of lead singer, guitarist, keyboardist, violinist Steven Higginbotham (the longest standing member and group founder), guitarist and keyboardist Craig Wilkins, keyboardist and singer Erin Rodgers, bassist Zeek Garcia and drummer Kevin Radomski. They released the single “S.O.S.” in October 2020 ahead of the 2020 presidential election to “seek out new life and new civilizations, and boldly request intelligent alien life among the stars to help humanity out of the mess we’ve created for ourselves.” The group will debut their new video for the single on Saturday, Jan. 29, 2022 at White Oak Music Hall, located at 2915 N Main St., Houston, Texas 77009. Doors are at 8 p.m. and music kicks off at 8:30 p.m. with Mister Data and Second Lovers. Tickets are $10 in advance and can be purchased: https://wl.seetickets.us/event/The-Wheel-Workers/457896?afflky=WhiteOakMusicHall. For more information on The Wheel Workers, please see: https://www.thewheelworkers.com/. Directed by T Lavois Thiebaud, the “S.O.S.” video is a stop-motion and digital animation piece about an unlikely group of humans who come together to build a giant transmission device (mirrored after the Tower of Babel) to send an S.O.S. signal into space in hopes of reaching any empathetic extraterrestrial life. At the end of the video their signal reaches alien life, but it is revealed that the alien planet is in similar trouble and has sent out their own help signal to the humans. The music and lyrics for S.O.S. were written by Steven Higginbotham. Also contributing and performing on the track are Craig Wilkins, Kevin Radomski, Erin Rodgers, Zeek Garcia, and Alli Villines. The track was recorded by Steven Higginbotham, Josh Applebee, and Dan Workman.


location White Oak Music Hall
address 2915 N Main St, Houston, TX, USA

2915 N Main St, Houston, TX, USA