Detroit band records at Grounds for Thought

The rock band “The Infatuations,” will be returning to play two shows at the coffee shop Grounds for Thought this weekend.

This band hailing from Detroit, Michigan has released one album titled “Detroit Block Party,” described on their website as, “[They’re] the well crafted pop-soul of Motown, to the sheer in-your-face bravado of Parliament Funkadelic, to the raw untamed energy of the MC5.”

The Infatuations played as a headliner for the Black Swamp Arts Festival in 2014 and during a visit at Grounds for Thought, the members met with the owner, Kelly Wicks. The band and Wicks entertained the idea of returning to Bowling Green to record a vinyl set under the Grounds for Thought records.

“After their performance, we talked about the project and invited them to play [at] Grounds,” Wicks said. “We reached an agreement that they would come back to record.”

The Infatuations will be recorded at each performance this weekend. The vinyls will hopefully be released in 2015, Wicks said.

The Infatuations will be playing at Grounds for Thought March 20 and 21 at 8 p.m.