Tag Archives: Fleet Foxes

Record Store Day announces 2017 Black Friday exclusives

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

RSD Black Friday 2017 titles include the first-ever North American vinyl pressing of Neil Young’s ‘Harvest Moon,’ a 40th anniversary edition of Richard Hell & The Voidoid’s ‘Blank Generation,’ Tori Amos’ hair metal band Y Kant Tori Read and more.

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BrooklynVegan Blog Radio on SiriusXMU: Playlist for October 11, 2017

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Lots of brand new music on this week’s edition of BrooklynVegan Blog Radio on SiriusXMU, including songs from St. Vincent, Belle & Sebastian, Django Django, No Age, Prettiest Eyes, tUnE-yArDs, Sleigh Bells and more.

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Fleet Foxes releasing live EP on RSD Black Friday, played Chicago (pics)

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

The Electric Lady Session was recorded at NYC’s Electric Lady Studios for WFUV, and it’s set for limited release on 10” vinyl for Record Store Day’s 2017 Black Friday event.

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Outside Lands 2017 Friday pics (Gorillaz, Fleet Foxes, Belle & Sebastian, more)

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Outside Lands kicked off in San Francisco on Friday (8/11) without A Tribe Called Quest, but with Gorillaz, Fleet Foxes, Alt-J, Future Island, Belle & Sebastian, Sleigh Bells, Little Dragon, Noname, Tove Lo, Henry Rollins, Dr. Octagon, Hamilton Leithauser, Hundred Waters, and more.

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Fleet Foxes played Prospect Park again (night 2 review, pics, setlist)

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Fleet Foxes showed off their ambitious prog side (with a brass quartet), their jam side, their crowd singalongs, and their stripped-back folk songs at a perfect night in Prospect Park.

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Fleet Foxes played Prospect Park with (Sandy) Alex G (night 1 pics, setlist)

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Fleet Foxes are on tour now in support of this year’s truly excellent Crack-Up, their first album since returning from hiatus. They played Newport Folk Fest over the weekend, and then landed in Brooklyn’s Prospect Park last night (8/1) for their first proper NYC show since Williamsburg Waterfront in 2011

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Fleet Foxes deliver a flawless performance at The Mann

Source: The Key (WXPN)

Fleet Foxes deliver a flawless performance at The Mann

Fleet Foxes | photo by Emma Silverstone for WXPN

Words? I have none. Rather, I had none after bearing witness in person to the insanely spectacular live performance by Fleet Foxes, and taking some time to reflect I’m still just as amazed as I was when the folk-rock outfit took made their final bows at The Mann Center on July 31st.

The evening began with an opening set from experimental electronic pop group Animal Collective, which began playing to a pretty empty venue but soon got the crowd grooving with their spooky, primal beats and nonstop energy. They transitioned seamlessly ...

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Fleet Foxes played Newport Folk Festival (pics, video), win tickets to NYC show

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Fleet Foxes headlined Friday at Newport Folk Festival; enter to win tickets to one of their upcoming BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! Festival shows at Prospect Park with (Sandy) Alex G.

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Fleet Foxes return favor to Phish, cover “Bouncing Around the Room” in Maine (video)

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

You may recall that Phish covered Fleet Foxes’ “White Winter Hymnal” at Madison Square Garden on Wednesday (7/26) as part of their “baker’s dozen” run of shows. (Each night has a different donut theme, that night’s was “powder.”) Fleet Foxes returned the favor last night…

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Phish covered Fleet Foxes & Neil Young at “powdery” MSG show (videos, setlist)

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Phish continued their “Baker’s Dozen” run at Madison Square Garden last night (7/26). Each show is accompanied by a different donut flavor, and the setlists includes covers to match the theme of the night. Last night’s flavor was “powdered” and Phish began their set with an a cappella rendition of Fleet Foxes‘ snow-referencing “White Winter Hymnal”…

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(Sandy) Alex G played w/ Frank Ocean (video), touring w/ Fleet Foxes

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Last weekend, (Sandy) Alex G joined Frank Ocean onstage ft London’s Lovebox 2017. The singer songwriter contributed as a guitar on Frank’s Endless and Blonde projects but this was the first time they had played live

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Alex G announces new headlining tour dates and an opening spot with Fleet Foxes

Source: The Key (WXPN)

Alex G announces new headlining tour dates and an opening spot with Fleet Foxes

Alex G | photo by Tonje Thilesen | courtesy of the artist

On July 17th, the Fleet Foxes Instagram account posted an announcement that they had added several artists to their upcoming US tour: (Sandy) Alex G in the Northeast, Natalie Prass in the Northwest, Bedouine in the Southwest, and Nap Eyes in the Midwest in addition to the already-billed Animal Collective and Beach House.

For a good 24 hours, information on this news was nowhere else to be found, save the account (likely run by frontman Robin Pecknold) answering direct fan inquiries in the comments section. Either way, ...

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Newport Folk Fest 2017 set times

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Luckily there are no full-set conflicts, but a few partial conflicts including Regina Spektor overlapping with Fleet Foxes.

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Grizzly Bear’s Ed Droste made a playlist of his favorite songs of 2017 so far (listen)

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Ed Droste of Grizzly Bear made a playlist of his favorite songs of 2017 so far. Grizzly Bear’s three singles are on there (Ed says, “Yes I included us Bc I’m proud of those tracks”)…

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The Epic Return of Fleet Foxes:

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The Epic Return of Fleet Foxes:

Crack-Up | via Nonesuch Records

Everyone, stay calm. Take a deep breath. (Or don’t, because I know I haven’t since the first signs of real studio work began appearing on social media last year). It’s finally here: Crack-Up was released last week via Nonesuch Records, the third studio album from Fleet Foxes who after nearly six years have returned in a decidedly grand fashion. Crack-Up is an epic of complex, smart, and just plain beautiful tracks that go better together, making sense musically and lyrically in context of the record yet feel slightly incomplete alone.

Following 2011’s Helplessness Blues, the five-piece indie folk-rock ...

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New Music Releases: The Weeknd, The Killers, Lorde, Cold Roses, and More Release New Tunes

Source: Rock On Philly

Featured Image of The Weeknd by Stephanie DeFeo

So many new releases, so little time! Join us on our favorite day of the week and get down to new music and maybe pick up a little something for dad!

New Singles to Jam to

Cold Roses, “Staying Alive Ain’t Easy”

Philly boys Cold Roses have a new song and you need to hear it. The song infuses all parts of their multilayered sound–piano-driven rock and folk–in this forlorn ballad off of their upcoming album Escape To Anywhere (out July 21st). Check it out live on June 24 at MilkBoy ...

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Five Notable Releases of the Week (6/16)

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

It’s a big day for new albums: the long-awaited Fleet Foxes comeback, Jason Isbell’s political new LP, Big Boi, Ride’s first album since the ’90s, and more.

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Review: Fleet Foxes’ comeback album ‘Crack-Up’ is a proggy success

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Crack-Up picks up right where Helplessness Blues, and particularly “The Shrine / An Argument,” left off. If their debut is their pop album and Helplessness Blues is their more traditional folk album, this is their prog album.

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Outside Lands 2017 daily lineups & single-day tickets

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

The San Francisco fest includes The Who, Metallica, Gorillaz, Queens of the Stone Age, A Tribe Called Quest, Solange, Fleet Foxes, Dr. Octagon, and more.

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