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Q&A: Wes Borland Tells Us Whether He Really Hates Being In Limp Bizkit, And Why Fleet Foxes Are Bad For Music

Yesterday, I wrote a post about Limp Bizkit guitarist Wes Borland. Bizkit are about to headline the ShipRocked cruise, along with a whole mess of other nü-metal bands, and Borland seemed to be dreading the prospect. In an Instagram post, he said as much: "Whenever we aren't on stage, I'll be curled up fetal… More »

By: Tom Breihan / January 30, 2015

Fleet Foxes’ Robin Pecknold Scores Off-Broadway Play Wyoming

Helplessness Blues, the last Fleet Foxes album, will turn four in a few months. Meanwhile, when last we heard from frontman Robin Pecknold, he was going to college and "working on songs." And while we may be no closer to hearing new Fleet Foxes music, Pecknold does have something interesting going on musically. He'… More »

By: Tom Breihan / January 8, 2015

Watch Arcade Fire’s Horror Film Festi, Feat. James Murphy, The National, Peter Gabriel, Fleet Foxes

Back in 2011 Arcade Fire and a bunch of their friends made a 21-minute horror movie called Festi. Today they've posted that movie, which involves murder and intrigue backstage at the band's 2011 festival tour. Guests include James Murphy, the National, Peter Gabriel, Fleet Foxes, Slash, and Andrew Garfield (apparently "We Exist" wasn't hi… More »

By: Chris DeVille / October 31, 2014

Watch The World’s Most Popular A Cappella Group Cover Fleet Foxes In The Woods

Pentatonix is an insanely popular a capella group from Texas who catapulted to fame after appearing on NBC's talent show The Sing-Off. They usually stick to covering pop songs, but for their new Christmas album, they've taken on Fleet Foxes' "White Winter Hymnal," which I guess is a Christmas song because it has to do… More »

By: James Rettig / October 28, 2014

Here’s The Fleet Foxes Joke In Orange Is The New Black Season 2

There's a reference to Fleet Foxes in the newest season of Orange Is The New Black, which was released into the world this weekend. Sub Pop Instagrammed the context: "After requesting an iPod full of Erasure, this inmate shows her dismay for what she has actually received." Check it out below. More »

By: James Rettig / June 8, 2014

Fleet Foxes Update: Robin Pecknold’s Going To College, Working On New Music

For anyone else who may have been wondering lately, "What the heck happened to Fleet Foxes?" we've got an answer for you. In an udpdate on the band's Facebook page today, frontman Robin Pecknold explained to fans that he actually moved to New York a while back and enrolled at Columbia University as a… More »

By: Miles Bowe / April 23, 2014

Watch Dan Rossen, Robin Pecknold, Hamilton Leithauser, And Victoria Legrand Cover Gene Clark In Brooklyn

The four-date indie rock all-star tour in tribute to Gene Clark's 1974 album No Other made its final stop last night in at Brooklyn's Music Hall Of Williamsburg. As advertised, Grizzly Bear's Daniel Rossen, Fleet Foxes' Robin Pecknold (still closely shorn!), the Walkmen's Hamilton Leithauser, Beach House's Victoria Legrand, and Fairport Convention's Iain Matthew… More »

By: Chris DeVille / January 26, 2014

The 100 Most Anticipated Albums Of 2014

We're almost (almost!) done reflecting on the year that was, so it's time to start taking a closer look at the year that will be. For the past several years, we've ranked our most anticipated albums. Today the feature returns, bigger than ever, with a whopping 100 records we're looking forward to hearing, enjoying,… More »

By: Chris DeVille / December 23, 2013

Members Of Fleet Foxes, Grizzly Bear, Walkmen, Beach House To Cover Gene Clark On Tour

No Other, the 1974 solo album from the former Byrds member, is one of those cult-favorite albums that you're probably never heard of unless you're part of its cult. The densely orchestrated album pushed the studio excesses of early-'70s Cali folk rock to its natural conclusion, and all that ornamentation served to highlight Clark's voice. More »

By: Tom Breihan / December 3, 2013

Watch Robin Pecknold & Dan Rossen Cover Pearl Jam On Fallon

One night after Chris Cornell and two Avett Brothers covered Pearl Jam's "Footsteps" on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon, the show's Pearl Jam week continued with Fleet Foxes frontman Robin Pecknold, Pearl Jam's fellow Seattle rock dude, taking on the Vitalogy classic "Corduroy," the band's best song. This was Pecknold's first time o… More »

By: Tom Breihan / October 23, 2013

Robin Pecknold – “White Lace, Regretfully”

Earlier this month, Fleet Foxes' manager Aja Pecknold's Unified Field Collective team published an extremely limited run of a literary journal called The Unified Field, which had contributions from Gloria Steinem, photographer Autumn de Wilde, and West Memphis 3 member Damien Echols. It also came packaged with a 10" records that included raw,… More »

By: Tom Breihan / September 24, 2012

Watch Daniel Rossen & Robin Pecknold Join Van Dyke Parks In London

Over the weekend, London's Barbican hosted a career retrospective for the influential composer Van Dyke Parks, a figure who is best known for his work on the Beach Boys' SMiLE as well as more contemporary releases like Joanna Newsom's Ys. Joining Parks as backing vocalists were none other than admirers like Grizzly Bear's Daniel… More »

By: Corban Goble / June 25, 2012

Watch Father John Misty Play Letterman

Last night, the Late Show With David Letterman played host to Father John Misty, a man otherwise known as former Fleet Foxes drummer J. Tillman. Performing "Only Son Of The Ladiesman," a song from his new album Fear Fun, Tillman dressed nattily and showed levels of glammed-out swagger that the Fleet Foxes drum stool… More »

By: Tom Breihan / May 2, 2012

Stream Father John Misty Fear Fun

At the beginning of the year, J. Tillman, the Fleet Foxes drummer and solo singer-songwriter, left Fleet Foxes to strike out on his own. And as the first act in his post-Fleet Foxes career, Tillman recorded Fear Fun, an album of playfully slinky folk-pop, under the pseudonym Father John Misty. We've already posted hi… More »

By: Tom Breihan / April 24, 2012

Father John Misty – “Nancy From Now On” Video (NSFW)

The former Fleet Foxes member and longtime solo artist J. Tillman will soon release Fear Fun, his first album under his Father John Misty alias. His first video, for "Hollywood Forever Cemetery Sings," featured Parks & Recreation star Aubrey Plaza. His newest video, for "Nancy From Now On," doesn't have that star-factor, but it… More »

By: Tom Breihan / March 9, 2012

Robin Pecknold – “Olivia, In A Separate Bed”

Last night, Fleet Foxes frontman Robin Pecknold posted a demo of a new solo-acoustic song called "Olivia, In A Separate Bed" to Soundcloud. It's a tender, apologetic, heartbroken song that seems to be about the end of a relationship. (Pecknold also posted a bunch of Tweets, since deleted, that support that idea.) The song i… More »

By: Tom Breihan / February 23, 2012

Watch Joanna Newsom On Portlandia

On this Friday's episode of Portlandia, Joanna Newsom shows up in a sketch. And you don't actually have to wait until then to watch it; it's below. In said sketch, Newsom plays part of a group of flower-children (including Robin Pecknold) having an ethereal meadow jam session that goes sour when someone tries to jam… More »

By: Tom Breihan / February 13, 2012

Please Help Us Answer This Jeopardy! Question

No clue. (To avoid confusion, "ROCKIN'" is basically code for "ROCKING.") (via @SubPop)… More »

By: Amrit Singh / February 3, 2012

Father John Misty (J. Tillman) – “Hollywood Forever Cemetery Sings” Video (Feat. Aubrey Plaza)

Earlier this month, Fleet Foxes drummer and singer J. Tillman -- also a solo singer-songwriter with three albums to his name -- announced that he was leaving the band. And in May, he'll release another LP called Fear Fun under the name Father John Misty. Today, he's unveiled the video for his song "Hollywood… More »

By: Tom Breihan / January 31, 2012

Watch Fleet Foxes & Joanna Newsom Full ACL Episode

Last week, we posted a pair of previews of the Fleet Foxes/Joanna Newsom episode of the PBS music-performance show Austin City Limits. The episode aired over the weekend, and now the entire thing, 54 minutes of straight freak-folk bliss, is online. Watch it below. More »

By: Tom Breihan / January 23, 2012
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