Christopher Owens may’ve stepped away from Girls, but he’s just as in touch with his sensitive side.
Get your head out of the gutter – it’s not what you think.
It was a dreary Friday afternoon that welcomed the St . Jerome’s Laneway Festival convoy to Adelaide; a slightly soggy affair laden with female vocals, synth, and Hypercolour T-shirts.
Under a blazing sky, Melbourne's indie-loving public got their fix at Laneway by the Footscray Riviera.
Enveloped with the immaculately authentic warmth of a vintage pop record, the songs here are given permission to blossom and Owens’ songwriting is allowed to reach its full potential.
I'm not sure just how to describe it, which is a shame when your task is to do exactly that, but there is something very special about Girls.
Girls' co-founder and guitarist JR took some time from taking over the world to chat to Fasterlouder ahead of their new EP and tour Down Under.