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"Steve Higginbotham’s Wheel Workers are spinning after a quiet five-year spell [with] the lush and radiant pop album Unite."- Andrew Dansby, Houston Chronicle; February, 17 2011


"If not careful, you’ll find yourself slipping away into your own daydreams. Perhaps that’s the reason that Unite is written. The lyrics are full of “everyman” struggles of day-to-day life and love. As much as Unite is a personal introspection for Higginbotham via songwriting, it inspires one in the listener...The Wheel Workers might not pull off an indie upset like Arcade Fire winning best new album, but Unite is a record that will demand an audience from a hungry Houston music scene." - Paul Viscontini, The Loop Scoop; February, 14 2011

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released February 14, 2011

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THE WHEEL WORKERS Houston, Texas

The Wheel Workers is an indie rock band from Houston, TX with progressive values.

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