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Our introduction to this one from the artist formerly known as Final Fantasy came via an incredible live clip that saw Pallett battle pelting rain and the possibility of electrocution at the Hillside…   Read Story »
Owen Pallett recently dropped his Final Fantasy moniker, yes, and it makes sense beyond the copyright infringement stuff: If you created an album as beautifully, ambitiously satisfying as Heartland…   Read Story »
Pallett chose "Final Fantasy" because playing solo "was reminiscent of the hours and hours I had spent as an adolescent playing those epic JRPGs," but "laws of trademark infringement exist for good…   Read Story »
Folks have been patiently awaiting Owen Pallett's forthcoming third Final Fantasy full-length Heartland. A pair of EPs worked well as a stopgap, but it's bound to be especially satisfying to hear…   Read Story »
This year in music was great and we'rea gonna let it finish (sorry), but in terms of notable album releases the ship has sailed. No offense, 30 Seconds To Mars. While the Gummys' virtual poll booth…   Read Story »
Owen Pallett is adaptable. If he's performing solo outdoors under cloud cover, he'll seemingly conjure rainstorms while debuting a righteous new tune from his forthcoming Domino debut Heartland;…   Read Story »
Owen Pallett bravely battles the rain in this epic performance of a new Final Fantasy track, "Lewis Takes Off His Shirt." It'll ostensibly appear on the endlessly delayed (and desired) Heartland.…   Read Story »
NAME: Owen Pallett (Final Fantasy) PROGRESS REPORT: Finishing work on Heartland, his followup to He Poos Clouds. Owen Pallett describes the way he works as "fastidious." "I'm a Virgo, if you're into…   Read Story »
Well, that was wonderful. On Saturday night at the Brooklyn Academy Of Music, Final Fantasy and Grizzly Bear experimented with full sets of material accompanied by the Brooklyn Philharmonic. The…   Read Story »
Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe teamed up with UK production team Xenomania for their forthcoming tenth studio album, Yes, which includes guest spots from Johnny Marr and string arrangements via Owen…   Read Story »