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Listen to Fleet Foxes new album “Helplessness Blues” now via NPR

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Similar to The Antlers post below, Seattle folk band Fleet Foxes’ new record Helplessness Blues can be streamed right now over at NPR. It’s their first outing since their 2008 self-titled debut. The album drops next week so go get a sneak peak now! They’ll be in Philly next month at the Tower Theatre.

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Written by Colin Kerrigan

April 25, 2011 at 12:36 am

Fleet Foxes release new video for “Grown Ocean”

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Fleet Foxes released a new video this afternoon for the song “Grown” which will be on their upcoming record, Helplessness Blues. The album drops May 3rd via Sub Pop Records. The video consists of grainy footage of the band traveling and recording. It kind of looks like it was done on film instead of digital. Who knows? Also, they play the Tower Theatre in May. More details about the show can be found HERE.

Written by Colin Kerrigan

March 30, 2011 at 4:09 pm

Fleet Foxes: new album, tour(Philly+presale) + MP3

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Seattle band Fleet Foxes have announced their sophomore album titled Helplessness Blues. The record will be released on May 3rd via Sub Pop records. It mixed and co-produced by Phil Ek, who produced their debut album. Right around the release date, they hit the road in support of their newest outing. Grab/listen to a FREE track from the album below.

The band will make a stop in the Philly area on Saturday, May 21st at the Tower Theatre located in Upper Darby. Tickets for the show go on sale this Saturday(02/05) and will be found HERE. A presale for the entire tour starts tomorrow at their website.

Fleet Foxes – 2011 Tour Dates
04.30 – The Vogue Theatre / Vancouver, BC
05.01 – Crystal Ballroom / Portland, OR
05.03 – Moore Theatre / Seattle, WA
05.05 – Fox Theater / Oakland, CA
05.06 – Spreckles Theatre / San Diego, CA
05.07 – Hollywood Palladium / Hollywood, CA
05.08 – Rialto Theatre / Tucson, AZ
05.10 – Stubb’s Waller Creek / Austin, TX
05.11 – Palladium Ballroom / Dallas, TX
05.13 – Ryman Auditorium / Nashville, TN
05.14 – The Tabernacle / Atlanta, GA
05.15 – DAR Constitution Hall / Washington, DC
05.17 – Orpheum Theatre / Boston, MA
05.18 – The United Palace Theatre / New York, NY
05.21 – Tower Theatre / Upper Darby, PA
05.25 – Astra / Berlin, Germany
05.26 – Dachau Summer of Music / Munich, Germany
05.30 – Bataclan / Paris, France
05.31 – Hammersmith Apollo / London, UK

Written by Colin Kerrigan

January 31, 2011 at 3:42 pm