fleet foxes – fleet foxes 2008

fleet foxes

something for the weekend

this weekend for me has all been about the fleet foxes and it has got me through this weekend some nice wine and a little weed this will be looked at on years to come as a master piece and classic album if you dont have this already were the hell you been .

With their self-titled full-length Sub Pop debut, Fleet Foxes unveil an impressively confident and engaging set of indie-folk tunes. While singer/guitarist Robin Pecknold’s warm, resonant voice clearly brings to mind My Morning Jacket’s Jim …   James, his tight vocal harmonies with other members of the Seattle-based band evoke vintage Beach Boys more than anything else (see the airy “He Doesn’t Know Why”). And though the group’s gentle instrumentation and pastoral aesthetic affectionately acknowledge 1960s/’70s British folk, they steer clear of self-consciously quirky “freak folk” meanderings, and opt instead for immaculately crafted chamber-pop, best evinced by the swooning “White Winter Hymnal.” One of the finest indie releases of 2008, FLEET FOXES casts an undeniably enchanting spell.

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