FLEET FOXES – ” Third of May / Ōdaigahara “

Posted: March 8, 2017 in MUSIC
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Fleet Foxes LP3 is almost here at last. Robin Pecknold’s acclaimed indie-folk outfit have announced their long-awaited third album, Crack-Up, out June 16th on Nonesuch Records. The record follows six years after the Helplessness Blues album , and almost a decade after debut. Robin Pecknold and company will release the 11-track effort from the band. the album title is inspired in part by an F Scott Fitzgerald essay of the same name .

Along with their album announcement,Fleet Foxes have shared Crack-Up’s epic lead single, “Third of May / Odaigahara,” along with a lyric video created by Sean Pecknold and Adi Goodrich. The track, in typical Foxes fashion, begins as a warm and inviting acoustic guitar- and piano-driven jaunt before taking a turn into expansive, even psychedelic territory.

On top of all this, Pecknold and company have unveiled a fresh batch of tour dates, including their first North American performances since October 2011. The band will start their international tour in the northeastern U.S.

Crack-Up is available for preorder now . Listen to “Third of May / Odaigahara” 


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