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Whitney Day coming August 30th

Mayor Lightfoot and the City of Proclaim have proclaimed that August 30th with will be Whitney Day to honor the band as they release their sophomore album, Forever Turned Around.

Here is the official wording of the proclamation: “On August 30, 2019 Whitney will release their much anticipated second album, Forever Turned Around, which focuses on themes of relationships, loneliness, and the bonds and love between friends, and will celebrate the release with events around Chicago: NOW, THEREFORE, I, LORI E. LIGHTFOOT, MAYOR OF THE CITY OF CHICAGO, do hereby proclaim August 30, 2019 to be WHITNEY DAY IN CHICAGO in recognition of this hometown band and urge all residents to support and enjoy the extraordinary talents of Whitney."

To celebrate the band has an array of events planned through out the day.

12pm -- WXRT Performance

2-4pm -- Lunch Party at Parson’s Chicken and Fish (2952 W. Armitage Ave.)

5-6pm -- Shuga Records in-store performance & signing (1272 N. Milwaukee Ave.)

5pm-12am -- Block Party at Bungalow by Middle Brow (2840 W. Armitage Ave.)

Their interview with Sound Opinions will also be broadcast on August 30th.

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Whitney “Used To Be Lonely”

Whitney has released a new single/video called “Used To Be Lonely”. The track is taken from the group’s forthcoming album, Forever Turned Around, which will be released via Secretly Canadian on August 30th.

Whitney will be touring the country and the world for the majority of the rest of 2019. They will be returning home for four shows at Thalia Hall, December 5th, 6th (sold out), 7th (sold out), and 8th.

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Whitney “Valleys (My Love)"

Whitney has released a new for their latest single, “Valleys (My Love)”, from their forthcoming album, Forever Turned Around, which out August 30th via Secretly Canadian.

You can catch Whitney at Pitchfork Music Festival on Sunday, July 21st.

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Whitney “Giving Up"

Whitney announced this week that their next album, Forever Turned Around, will be released on August 30th via Secretly Canadian. They also released the first single, “Giving Up”, for that forthcoming album.

You can catch Whitney at Pitchfork Music Festival on July 21st.

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Whitney Announce Fall U.S. Headline Tour

Whitney has announced a Fall U.S. headlining tour last week that will kick off in Austin, TX on September 13th. This is their first U.S. since 2017 which followed the release of their debut album, Light Upon The Lake.

Whitney is lead Vocalist/Drummer Julien Ehrlich and guitarist Max Kakacek and is currently in the studio finishing up their sophomore album which should be released later this year to coincide with their tour.

You can catch Whitney at Pitchfork Music Festival, July 19th to 21st, at Union Park.

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