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Freak Owls was created, in the spring of 2009, from the amalgamation of ideas, restlessness, and anxieties of Josh Ricchio. After spending the past 12 years playing and touring in a wide variety of collaborative rock bands (most recently, “Pela”, who are now “We Are Augustines”; “Ladycop”), the desire to lock himself in a room and write what he calls, “catchiness incarnate” became too great.

Each song, indeed catchier than the last, is textured with over-layering vocal choruses, sparkling acoustics, and Gnarls Barkley-like danceable beats. All at once pulling influences from The Beach Boys, Iron & Wine, Bon Iver, Local Natives and Death Cab For Cutie, the debut, “Taxidermy”, urges the listener to curl up to the songs and sing along at the same time. A very personal and uplifting set of smiles and moist eyes, Freak Owls wants to warm the heart and chill the spine.

Edmund II

Currently residing in Brooklyn, NY, Edmund II began developing his approach to music in the underground rock scenes of the midwest. Forming the cello-rock band Utah! in '98, and touring US and Canada, Edmund II has shared stages w/ Guided by Voices, the Lemonheads, Ted Leo, Promise Ring, the Frogs and Menomena. After relocating, he commenced “rocking out” in the infamous North Carolina scene. Through various projects and cameo's, Edmund II performed and collaborated with the Rosebuds (Merge Records), Bowerbirds, and Megafaun.

With a tasteful chord pallete, Edmund II has gracefully evolved from rock and roll beginnings. He creates a very lush, mystical, and beautifully dark environment for his music with influences ranging from bossanova guitar, Tortoise, the Cure, Sigur Ros to Shellac. 


"Wow...It’s as though Karl Alverez and Bill Stevenson, the rhythm section of the Descendents and ALL, joined Weezer and started covering Frank Zappa tunes....the sheer audacity of this combination of influences is some serious fun." - The Deli 


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