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Fleet Foxes’ new album is "Crazy/Vast," Robin Pecknold working on solo LP

Fleet Foxes are still working on their follow-up to 2011’s excellent Helplessness Blues—recently de-bearded frontman Robin Pecknold gives us a little update and lowkey announces a solo album: “[Fleet Foxes] record kind of crazy / vast, so working on 'putting babies to sleep / living... Continue reading
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