It’s finally here!
From an upcoming album called ‘Crack-Up’.
Fleet Foxes season is impending.
A new album is almost done, too.
Ex-Fleet Foxes stick man, the talented Mr Father John Misty, has declared that once again he will be shaking the walls of our live music venues, equipped with his debut record Fear Fun and a next level live performance to boot. We have been somewhat spoiled with Father John Misty’s presence. The man was in
Robin Pecknold of Fleet Foxes has released a new song for streaming online, the track, named Olivia, In A Separate Bed, has a melancholy mournful mood to it, lamenting the loss of a lover. Fleet Foxes were out here recently playing at the Falls Festival not long before drummer Joshua Tillman announced that he will
Fleet Foxes’ drummer Joshua Tillman has announced that he will be quitting the band after their Tokyo show. Writing on his blog, Tillman said:
Fleet Foxes have announced some sideshows while they’re out here to play the Falls and Southbound Festivals.
The new Fleet Foxes album, Helplessness Blues has been made available for listening via online radio streaming site NPR. The making of Helplessness Blues was a long and torturous process. After a long tour last year, Fleet Foxes entered into studio to record their follow-up album to their self-titled debut album. Multiple songs had to
Some footage appeared on YouTube in February of Robin Pecknold from Fleet Foxes covering Radiohead’s Let Down. A 17 year old Pecknold (before the Fleet Foxes era) covered the song from Radiohead’s third album OK Computer with his friend Aaron Mannino. The video was uploaded by Jimmy Mannino (Aaron Mannino’s father) and then confirmed to
Seattle-based folk band Fleet Foxes have shown off some new tracks from their upcoming second album Helplessness Blues while playing a surprise intimate set at Columbia City Theatre. Montezuma // He Doesn’t Know Why The Shrine / An Argument Battery Kinzie Fleet Foxes new album will be released in Australia on April 29th, last week
Ever since Samuel Taylor Coleridge indulged in opium to produce his master poem Kubla Khan, artists, writers and musicians alike have turned to various chemical substances to fuel their inspiration. Not many, however, have taken to experimenting with nicotine patches – but that’s what apparently influenced the new Fleet Foxes album, Helplessness Blues.
Soon, the wait will be over and Fleet Foxes fans can bask in the glow of the band’s second album, Helplessness Blues, due out in early May. However, the delay between their eponymous 2008 debut and this sophomore effort might have been lessened had leading man Robin Pecknold not decided the whole album needed to
Fleet Foxes Singer/Guitarist Robin Pecknold has released a batch of songs including one with Grizzly Bear member Ed Droste. Peckhold tweeted yesterday: “These aren’t Fleet Foxes songs, but I didn’t know where else to disseminate it. Pretty Mellow Jams” “So, I recorded three acoustic songs a couple weeks ago in LA with my friend Noah.
Do magpies swoop? I’m not sure. You know who does swoop? Swoop Swoop. You may already know him as Streaky Jake,