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Helplessness Blues

Fleet Foxes

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1.1
Montezuma
Fleet Foxes
3:37
1.2
Bedouin Dress
Fleet Foxes
4:30
1.3
Sim Sala Bim
Fleet Foxes
3:14
1.4
Battery Kinzie
Fleet Foxes
2:49
1.5
The Plains/Bitter Dancer
Fleet Foxes
5:54
1.6
Helplessness Blues
Fleet Foxes
5:03
1.7
The Cascades
Fleet Foxes
2:08
1.8
Lorelai
Fleet Foxes
4:25
1.9
Someone You'd Admire
Fleet Foxes
2:29
1.10
The Shrine/An Argument
Fleet Foxes
8:07
1.11
Blue Spotted Tail
Fleet Foxes
3:05
1.12
Grown Ocean
Fleet Foxes
4:36
Total Playing Time    49:57
Helplessness Blues is the new full-length from Fleet Foxes. Helplessness Blues was recorded over the course of a year at Avast Recording, Bear Creek Studios, Dreamland Studios, and Reciprocal Recording. The album was recorded and mixed by Phil Ek and co-produced by Fleet Foxes and Ek. The piece that appears on the album cover was illustrated by Seattle artist Toby Liebowitz and painted by Chris Alderson. Fleet Foxes is Robin Pecknold, Skyler Skjelset, Christian Wargo, Casey Wescott, Josh Tillman and Morgan Henderson.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Sub Pop Records Studio Masters

Track 4 – 48 kHz / 24-bit PCM, mastered in 96 kHz / 24-bit

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