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Formed: 2007 (7 years ago)


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On September 12th 2011, San Francisco’s Girls will release their second full length album and third record ‘Father, Son, Holy Ghost’ on Fantasytrashcan / Turnstile. The album comes two years after their acclaimed debut (‘Album’), and a year after the follow-up mini-album (‘Broken Dreams Club’). Produced by Girls themselves and Doug Boehm, it is their most accomplished to date.

On the third anniversary of the birth of Girls as a band, Christopher Owens and Chet White found themselves entering the studio to begin recording their second album. More a collection of gear than a studio, ... Read more

On September 12th 2011, San Francisco’s Girls will release their second full length album and third record ‘Father, Son, Holy Ghost’ on Fantasytrashcan / Turnstile. The album comes two years after their acclaimed debut (‘Album’), and a year after the follow-up mini-album (‘Broken Dreams Club’). Produced by Girls themselves and Doug Boehm, it is their most accomplished to date.

On the third anniversary of the birth of Girls as a band, Christopher Owens and Chet White found themselves entering the studio to begin recording their second album. More a collection of gear than a studio, recording took place in the bowels of a San Francisco office building. The two teamed up with new drummer Darren Weiss and guitarist John Anderson assembling performances and ultimately creating new music and musical relationships to carry the band through its newest incarnation. Quickly the record took shape and with the luxury of time and an outstanding and vast collection of amplifiers as well as tube and transistor based recording equipment the sound was formed. Less explorative than previous records the sound is built on the ideas and ears of a much more confident band. And the outcome is their most important release to date.

Girls have taken what they've always done best and have displayed it with amazing clarity and the strongest of intent. Classic songwriting coupled with exciting production is their way. “I’m still all the same,” Owens says. “I still know I have to do it. I still love the songs and writing songs.”
Father, Son, Holy Ghost is at times ebullient and at times absolutely devastating. A truly beautiful record and the perfect amalgamation of a band’s past and present while most importantly leaving us all excited and hungry for their future.

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

On September 12th 2011, San Francisco’s Girls will release their second full length album and third record ‘Father, Son, Holy Ghost’ on Fantasytrashcan / Turnstile. The album comes two years after their acclaimed debut (‘Album’), and a year after the follow-up mini-album (‘Broken Dreams Club’). Produced by Girls themselves and Doug Boehm, it is their most accomplished to date.

On the third anniversary of the birth of Girls as a band, Christopher Owens and Chet White found themselves entering the studio to begin recording their second album. More a collection of gear than a studio, recording took place in the bowels of a San Francisco office building. The two teamed up with new drummer Darren Weiss and guitarist John Anderson assembling performances and ultimately creating new music and musical relationships to carry the band through its newest incarnation. Quickly the record took shape and with the luxury of time and an outstanding and vast collection of amplifiers as well as tube and transistor based recording equipment the sound was formed. Less explorative than previous records the sound is built on the ideas and ears of a much more confident band. And the outcome is their most important release to date.

Girls have taken what they've always done best and have displayed it with amazing clarity and the strongest of intent. Classic songwriting coupled with exciting production is their way. “I’m still all the same,” Owens says. “I still know I have to do it. I still love the songs and writing songs.”
Father, Son, Holy Ghost is at times ebullient and at times absolutely devastating. A truly beautiful record and the perfect amalgamation of a band’s past and present while most importantly leaving us all excited and hungry for their future.

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

On September 12th 2011, San Francisco’s Girls will release their second full length album and third record ‘Father, Son, Holy Ghost’ on Fantasytrashcan / Turnstile. The album comes two years after their acclaimed debut (‘Album’), and a year after the follow-up mini-album (‘Broken Dreams Club’). Produced by Girls themselves and Doug Boehm, it is their most accomplished to date.

On the third anniversary of the birth of Girls as a band, Christopher Owens and Chet White found themselves entering the studio to begin recording their second album. More a collection of gear than a studio, recording took place in the bowels of a San Francisco office building. The two teamed up with new drummer Darren Weiss and guitarist John Anderson assembling performances and ultimately creating new music and musical relationships to carry the band through its newest incarnation. Quickly the record took shape and with the luxury of time and an outstanding and vast collection of amplifiers as well as tube and transistor based recording equipment the sound was formed. Less explorative than previous records the sound is built on the ideas and ears of a much more confident band. And the outcome is their most important release to date.

Girls have taken what they've always done best and have displayed it with amazing clarity and the strongest of intent. Classic songwriting coupled with exciting production is their way. “I’m still all the same,” Owens says. “I still know I have to do it. I still love the songs and writing songs.”
Father, Son, Holy Ghost is at times ebullient and at times absolutely devastating. A truly beautiful record and the perfect amalgamation of a band’s past and present while most importantly leaving us all excited and hungry for their future.

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

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