In a week littered with contentious statements and huffing, puffing death threats, we need calming sounds like Owen Pallett’s gentle, genteel baroque pop more than ever. Fortunately Pallett—who used to play under the name Final Fantasy until Final Fantasy XIII ruined everything—has heard our bloodthirsty ululations and released his new Lewis Takes Off His Shirt EP for free. In exchange for an e-mail address you can download the whole thing right now. It includes four disparate versions of the title track, plus remixes of “Keep The Dog Quiet” and “Midnight Directives” from this year’s Heartland. And if you’re so keyed up you need something to keep you from shooting up your office while it’s downloading, don’t forget to check out Pallett doing Guided By Voices’ “Game Of Pricks” for our Undercover series.