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Owen announced L'Ami du Peuple

Posted April 29, 2013, 8:16 p.m. in Bands by Loren

Polyvinyl Records will release a new Owen LP, L'Ami du Peuple, on July 2. The band is led by songwriter Mike Kinsella (Cap'n Jazz, American Football, Owls).


A new song, "Bad Blood," is can be heard here.

L'Ami du Peuple Tracklisting

01. I Got High
02. Blues to Black
03. Love Is Not Enough
04. Coffin Companions
05. The Burial
06. Bad Blood
07. Who Cares?

08. A Fever
09. Where Do I Begin?
10. Vivid Dreams

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