Fleet Foxes Live In Seattle

Fleet Foxes haven’t played live in more than a year, but with Helplessness Blues completed and on the way the band made their first live appearance with all the new material last night in Seattle. The show was a benefit for the Red Cross at Columbia City Theater. Last month the band auctioned a test pressing of Helplessness Blues on eBay to raise money for Japan. Nice guys! Check out some of their songs from last night. The video quality is good — it looks like the camera was at the bands’ feet. Watch:

“The Shrine / An Argument”

“Mykonos”

“Battery Kinzie”


(via P4K)

Helplessness Blues is out 5/3 via Sub Pop/Bella Union.

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Comments (3)
  1. Reminds me of that footage from the Woodstock movie of Crosby, Stills and Nash. It would be fantastic if there was a soundboard recording to dub over the video. But nonetheless, it’s still great.

  2. they were awesome. It was a great set and perfect atmosphere.

  3. So great. I am by no means asking this to point out any shortcoming, but didn’t Robin start standing on the last tour? Is he back to sitting? Either way they freaking crank, I was just curious.

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