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Fleet Foxes

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Fleet Foxes: "You can fake a guitar solo. You can't fake your voice"

Interview by Laura Barton, The Guardian, 23 September 2020

Back with a warm new album, Robin Pecknold talks about how the pandemic cured his anxiety – and how the Beach Boys' golden falsettos changed ...

Fleet Foxes: Kelvingrove Bandstand, Glasgow

Live Review by Graeme Thomson, Mail On Sunday, 11 August 2018

As their 15-month global tour comes to an end, Fleet Foxes seem reluctant to say farewell and delight Glasgow with their strikingly beautiful noise ...

In The Mood: The Favourite Albums Of Rush's Geddy Lee

Guide by Mick Middles, The Quietus, 29 June 2012

Mick Middles speaks to Rush bassist and singer Geddy Lee about his favourite albums of all times... and finds surprises amidst the classic of the ...

Fleet Foxes: Modern Life Is Rubbish

Interview by Andy Gill, The Word, May 2011

Fleet Foxes dust down their antique marxophones and twanging one-string zithers — and record it all on tape. ...

How Fleet Foxes are handling high expectations

Profile and Interview by Laura Barton, The Guardian, 16 June 2011

Huge success began a steep learning curve for the Seattle band. Bandleader Robin Pecknold explains how the second album put the band in a "dark ...

Fleet Foxes: Fleet Foxes (Bella Union)

Review by Andy Gill, The Independent, 30 May 2008

THOUGH NOT having quite the sun-kissed enchantment of their debut Sun Giant EP, Seattle alt.folk combo Fleet Foxes' full debut suggests they can follow the ...

Pack Mentality: Fleet Foxes: Helplessness Blues (Bella Union)

Review by Rob Young, The Word, May 2011

Fleet Foxes return, warmer and more bracing, with a set of vivid utopian folk songs for an age of modern austerity ...

The Lure Of The Beach

Report and Interview by Jude Rogers, New Statesman, 12 June 2008

A new generation of US bands cites the Beach Boys as a huge inspiration. Why now? ...

Fleet Foxes: Helplessness Blues (Bella Union) *****

Review by Andy Gill, The Independent, 22 April 2011

WITH HELPLESSNESS Blues, Fleet Foxes triumphantly deliver on the promise of their popular debut, the album that helped establish folk-rock once again as a formidable ...

Why Is Our Radical Folk Heritage Ignored?

Comment by Luke Turner, The Guardian, 14 November 2008

Modern British music is so in thrall to Americana that our own treasure trove of radical traditional folk is in danger of being forgotten ...

Fleet Foxes: America's Next Great Band

Report by Paul Lester, The Guardian, 11 February 2008

HOMETOWN: Xachua'Bsh, Washington.THE LINEUP: Robin Pecknold, Nicholas Peterson, Skyler Skjelset, Christian Wargo, Casey Wescott. ...

see also Father John Misty


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