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Fleet Foxes

Fleet Foxes

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1.1
Sun It Rises
Fleet Foxes
3:11
1.2
White Winter Hymnal
Fleet Foxes
2:27
1.3
Ragged Wood
Fleet Foxes
5:07
1.4
Tiger Mountain Peasant Song
Fleet Foxes
3:29
1.5
Quiet Houses
Fleet Foxes
3:32
1.6
He Doesn't Know Why
Fleet Foxes
3:20
1.7
Heard Them Stirring
Fleet Foxes
3:02
1.8
Your Protector
Fleet Foxes
4:10
1.9
Meadowlarks
Fleet Foxes
3:12
1.10
Blue Ridge Mountains
Fleet Foxes
4:26
1.11
Oliver James
Fleet Foxes
3:24
Total Playing Time    39:20
Fleet Foxes are five. There are five of them, and they are from Seattle. They are, for lack of an eminently more marketable descriptor, a group trafficking in baroque harmonic pop. And the joy they derive in doing so is palpable. We feel it too. They are, self-described, not much of a rock band.

With the help of credit cards, minimum wages, tip money, friends and family, Fleet Foxes crafted their first demo, and subsequently the Sun Giant EP and this debut full-length album, with family friend Phil Ek manning the rudder. Drawing influence from the traditions of folk music, pop, choral music and gospel, sacred harp singing, West Coast music, traditional music from Ireland to Japan, film scores, and their NW peers, Fleet Foxes ranges in subject matter from the natural world and familial bonds to bygone loves and stone cold graves.

Robin Pecknold is in Fleet Foxes: “All we strove for with this record was to make something that was an honest reflection of who we are, citizens of the western United States who love all kinds of music and above all else love singing…” And we believe them.
88.2 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Sub Pop Records Studio Masters

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