New Owen Album
2011-07-28 by Iamthe Nightstars | 26 Comments
Mike Kinsella has posted information on his twitter page regarding his upcoming album under his moniker Owen. The album is entitled "Ghost Town" and will feature nine songs.

This will mark the 6th Owen album to date. Before he started Owen, Kinsella played a role in the influential emo bands Cap'n Jazz and American Football throughout the 90's.

"Ghost Town" is scheduled for release on November 1st. The album art and a short video clip of the song 'I Believe' can be viewed below.

Album art: http://yfrog.com/73xmvoj

'I Believe' song clip: http://vimeo.com/26393589
Tagged: Owen

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Relinquished
July 28th 2011
25040 Comments


I'm so fucking stoked. I love his music.

cvlts
July 28th 2011
8955 Comments


nice!

Dismantle
July 28th 2011
398 Comments


will rule

Iamthe Nightstars
July 28th 2011
2247 Comments


New Leaves was good but I don't find myself listening to it as much as the other albums. I have high hopes for this though.

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Athom
Staff Reviewer
July 28th 2011
17213 Comments


I loved New Leaves and the Abandoned Bridges 7" gives me hope that this will be even better.

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Relinquished
July 28th 2011
25040 Comments


New Leaves felt like something you'd love more if you were older, my 32 year old friend loved it.

Ire
July 29th 2011
41770 Comments


yay

Kris.
July 29th 2011
12345 Comments


woo hoo!

Spare
July 29th 2011
5303 Comments


aww shit

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xcharlesx
July 29th 2011
192 Comments


fuck owen last record sucked my dicks bri ng back ameri can fatball cumgoblin

Trebor.
Contributing Reviewer
July 29th 2011
50355 Comments


All hail the twinkle god

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Eskate87
July 29th 2011
959 Comments


hells ya mutha'uckas

attack30s
July 29th 2011
80 Comments


Awesome!!!

Scoot
July 29th 2011
17751 Comments


I miss American Football

nash1311
July 29th 2011
1754 Comments


The album artwork is so awesome.

MutnikSpusic
July 29th 2011
560 Comments


i am good

dimsim3478
July 29th 2011
5011 Comments


MIKE. IS. GOD.

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Pharoh
July 29th 2011
3326 Comments


derp

Blind
July 29th 2011
426 Comments


great news just keeps coming! just another record to stick on my watch list

TomAkaVeto
July 29th 2011
1636 Comments


I miss American Football [2]

Athom
Staff Reviewer
July 29th 2011
17213 Comments


I like owen more than american football.

acorncheese
July 29th 2011
7119 Comments


u crazy then

crazyblinddude
July 29th 2011
3389 Comments


^ What he said.

Still stoked though.

North0House2
July 30th 2011
5856 Comments


Yes!

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ShadowRemains
July 30th 2011
20700 Comments


omg need

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gotsthedewsdood
August 1st 2011
606 Comments


new leaves wasn't good, but damn At Home With Owen was perfect



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