Fleet Foxes - Fleet Foxes
NME.COM feature on Fleet Foxes - Fleet Foxes album including album review, artwork, tracks, listen now, tour dates, discography and more.
Release date: 02 February 2009
When Seattle’s Fleet Foxes played outdoors in the drunken Texas sun at South By Southwest earlier this year, it was impossible not to be stirred by their harmonies, which were so sweet they sounded holy. With their heady gumbo of alt.country, gothic Americana and gospel spirituals, we took to calling them “My Morning Jacket singing madrigals” at the time. We weren’t the only ones...
- Jun 5, 2008
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- Sun It Rises
- White Winter Hymnal
- Ragged Wood
- Tiger Mountain Peasant Song
- Quiet Houses
- He Doesn't Know Why
- Heard Them Stirring
- Your Protector
- Blue Ridge Mountains
- Oliver James
- Sun Giant
- Drops In River
- English House
- Innocent Son
- False Knight On The Road
More soggy nonnying for the emotionally stunted
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- Feb 16, 2011
- Jan 23, 2009
Frontman explains group's hiatus in Facebook post
The Voices choir have previously tackled a track by Death Grips
Pecknold will provide the music for 'The Internet – A Blog Cats WTF Universe'
Fleet Foxes - Fleet Foxes: Wikipedia Album Entry
The full length self-titled album was released on June 3, 2008, selling over 141,000 records in North America and 100,000 in the UK. Gained fan recognition through myspace page, collecting over a quarter million plays in over two months in 2007. Plays as a soothing, baroque, folk harmonic album.
Five-piece band based out of Seattle.
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