Former front man for the band Girls, Christopher Owens, has a new solo record dropping on Tuesday, January 15th via Fat Possum.  This is his first solo record after Girls disbanded late last year.

If you buy the record from us on Tuesday you’ll receive a free piece of sheet music while supplies last. We also will have some free posters and stickers to give away.

The New York Times is streaming the record right now, and they’ve got a nice little review to go along with it. Check it out here.

Here’s an excerpt from the NY Times write up:

His debut CD as Christopher Owens, “Lysandre,” a themed album charting the course of Girls’ first tour and a love affair with a Frenchwoman named Lysandre, is due on Tuesday from Fat Possum Records. It is at once a departure from his previous work — the first track, “Lysandre’s Theme,” is 40 seconds of Renaissance-sounding melody, complete with flutes and classical guitar, that is folded into every subsequent song — and of a piece with Girls. There’s romantic longing, veiled bad behavior and naked self-doubt, set to pleasingly throwback California pop-rock (with flute and saxophone). Composing the theme not long after he returned from the tour, Mr. Owens did all the instrumentation himself — whistling the flute parts in his demos — and in a feverish rush wrote nearly all the songs in one day, a year later.