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Music | Owls to release new album

Chicago band Owls have announced details of their second release in 13 years.  The new record is due to be released in March 2014 and is the follow up to their 2001 self-titled release.

The band were formally known as Cap’n Jazz had reunited for a reunion tour as Cap’n Jazz in 2010, which then prompted talk of an Owls reunion in 2012.

As the band members soon discovered, taking on such a project meant aligning schedules and collaborating civilly, neither of which proved to be especially easy.

“The band dynamic was eerily similar to the first record,” reveals Mike Kinsella. “In some ways I think we all regressed to whatever roles we filled then, for better and for worse.”
Tracklisting:
Owls
Two
Street Date: March 25, 2014

1. Four Works Of Art…
2. I’m Surprised…
3. The Lion…
4. Why Oh Why…
5. This Must Be How…
6. Ancient Stars Seed…
7. It Collects Itself…
8. I’ll Never Be…
9. Oh No, Don’t…
10. A Drop Of Blood…

Out on CD/Cassette/Digital/LP: Early Bird Edition 180-Gram Orange (limited to 800) / 180-Gram Light Blue (retail)

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