Over the years many people have asked if we’d ever release our original demo EP in any form, or if the Sun Giant EP would ever have its own vinyl sleeve, or they would ask why the font on the cover of the Fleet Foxes LP was so large, or they would ask if there were any other recordings, b-sides or rarities from that time period, or if there were 32 pages worth of old photos and ephemera that they could take a look at, and they would often ask if all of these things could be packaged together, as a First Collection, four pieces of 12” and 10” vinyl, fresh pressings in freshly designed sleeves, packaged together in a beautiful duo-tone bookcloth box with a magnetic clasp hinge: to the thousands of you who have asked for this very weirdly specific thing, it comes out November 9th (with CD / Digital versions available as well), thanks for the good idea. - Robin Pre-order here http://smarturl.it/FirstCollection
Excited to release the new 35mm short film by Sean Pecknold for "I Am All That I Need / Arroyo Seco / Thumbprint Scar." Special thanks to the team who worked hard to make it all happen and to WeTransfer for supporting this project through their WePresent Series. Watch it at https://wepresent.wetransfer.com/story/fleet-foxes-arroyo-seco/
New items added to the web store. >> https://store.fleetfoxes.co <<
Our recordings of "Crack-Up," made with Graduale Nobili in Reykjavik, and "In the Morning," made live in Montreux, are now on Spotify and Apple Music. Listen today and pick up a copy of the limited-edition Record Store Day vinyl 7" at http://smarturl.it/CrackUpInTheMorning
Did you pick up a copy of the new "Crack-Up / In the Morning" vinyl 7" for Record Store Day on Saturday? We're giving away five white-label test pressings of the 7" signed by the band! Leave a comment telling us what music you like to listen to "in the morning" for a chance to win. Winners will be notified via Facebook message.
It's Record Store Day on Saturday! Stop by your local independent record store then to pick up a copy of this limited-edition vinyl 7" single: "Crack-Up," made with the choir Graduale Nobili in Reykjavik, b/w a live take on "In the Morning," made at last summer's Montreux Jazz Festival. Thanks to Beatriz Artola for mixing, Ben Tousley for the design, and the Hiroshi Hamaya estate for the photo.
Adding a few North American dates! Get your tickets at fleetfoxes.co/tour. 5/5 Atlanta, GA @ Variey Playhouse (on sale 3/14) 7/20 Cincinnati, OH @ Taft Theatre (on sale 3/16) 7/21 Chicago, IL @ Pitchfork Music Fest (on sale now) 7/23 Cleveland, OH @ Agora Theatre (on sale 3/16) 7/25 Montreal, QC @ Corona Theatre (on sale 3/16)
Headlining Pitchfork Music Festival on Saturday July 21. Tickets on sale now, available at http://pitchforkmusicfestival.com #P4Kfest
We’re headlining Green Man Festival this August, tickets now available here >>> https://greenman.net/tickets/
For Record Store Day, we're releasing a limited-edition vinyl 7" single on Saturday, April 21: "Crack-Up," made with the choir Graduale Nobili in Reykjavik, b/w a live take on "In the Morning," made at last summer's Montreux Jazz Festival. Head to your local independent record store to pick up a copy then. Thanks to Beatriz Artola for mixing, Ben Tousley for the design, and the Hiroshi Hamaya estate for the photo.
For #MusicMonday, Robin and Skye share some favorite records. Robert Fripp & Brian Eno, No Pussyfooting - "The Heavenly Music Corporation" "This is a fantastic record. 'Cassius, –' the second song on our new record, Crack-Up, has a guitar part that was heavily influenced by Fripp. I tried to do a sort of Fripp sound for it. I don't know that I necessarily got it, but he was influential to me on that record." —Skye
For #MusicMonday, Robin and Skye share some favorite records. Éthiopiques, Vol. 11: Alemu Aga "The King David's harp is a very interesting instrument. There's an Ethiopiques volume, eleven, the artist is Alemu Aga, and that's a record I listen to a lot, it's just King David's harp drones with some reciting vocals." —Robin
For #MusicMonday, Robin and Skye share some favorite records. The Everly Brothers, The Hit Sound of the Everly Brothers "'In a time of confusion, two young voices dedicated to singing Truth,' with a capital T, it says on the back. On our new record, Crack-Up, there's quite a bit more duet harmony singing than group harmony singing, which is partially influenced by the Everly Brothers or the Louvin Brothers." —Robin