Chicago's Mike Kinsella (Cap'n Jazz, Joan Of Arc, American Football, Owls) is the sole creative output behind Owen. From an artist who has, in the past, recorded entire albums in his childhood bedroom berating lost love and personal missteps, it's a new chapter. The end result is this record, a new extension in the lineage of Owen's music. And being at home with oneself never sounded so freeing. "Kinsella brings to mind the acousticity of Elliott Smith...with subtexts that range from the somber folk reflection of Nick Drake and the cracked emotionalism of Paul Westerberg to the glorious pop melancholy of Joe Pernice" - Harp.
180 gram vinyl