There are at least six artists which have used the name Girls: 1) an indie rock band from the US; 2) a girl group from Brazil; 3) a rock band from Japan; 4) a synthpop group from Sweden; 5) a punk band from the US; and 6) a four-woman krautrock group from Germany. 1) Girls was an American indie band formed in San Francisco in 2007. The band comprised two key members: Christopher Owens, songwriter and lead singer, and Chet "JR" White, who played bass and produced. Girls was heavily inspired by the music of the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s, with their sound being described variously as lo-fi, surf rock, rock and roll, psychedelic rock, pop rock, country rock and garage rock. Their debut full-length, Album, was released in 2009 to critical acclaim. Its 2011 follow-up, Father, Son, Holy Ghost, was also well received. On July 2, 2012, Owens announced that he was leaving the band and would continue to record as a solo artist. 2) Girls from Brazil were put together on a TV show in 2013. The group was put together by producer Rick Bonadio (Rouge, NxZero) through Multishow's reality show Fábrica de Estrelas (Star Factory). The group released one album, Girls, and broke up at the beginning of 2014. 3) GIRLS (ガールズ) was a 70s all-female rock band from Japan. 4) A swedish synthpop/disco band featuring Paul Rein. 5) Girls were a 70s American West Coast punk band associated with The Screamers' members Pam Lillig and Ben Witz. ...

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