San Francisco duo Girls make druggy, ethereal pop in the spirit of Spiritualized and Ariel Pink. Christopher Owens was born in Florida, son to a mother and father who were actively involved as members of the Children of God cult, and spent most of his childhood drifting. At 16, Owens raised enough money by playing guitar on the streets for a plane ticket to Amarillo. He eventually wound up in San Francisco, soaked in the scene, met JR White, and, as Girls, began to make vibrant music which decorated the vibrant hooks of early rock and 1960s girl groups with psychedelic swirls, soulful flourishes, and indie rock chaos.
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