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Fleet Foxes’ Robin Pecknold on Bruno Mars’ Grammy Wins: “To Give It All to Toys R Us Gap Band Is Pretty Ridic”

Last night, Fleet Foxes' Robin Pecknold became the latest to weigh in on Bruno Mars' sweep of the major categories at the 2018 Grammys. "Aside…
Winston Cook-Wilson / January 30, 2018

50 Best Albums of 2017

Tuning into the media often felt nightmarish this year, whether you got your news from the morning paper or the sleepless churn of Facebook and…
SPIN Staff / December 18, 2017

Fleet Foxes Announce 2018 World Tour

Fleet Foxes are hitting the road in 2018 in support of their latest album Crack Up. Beginning with a New Year's Day show at the Fall's Festival in…
Arielle Gordon / December 5, 2017

Watch Fleet Foxes Perform “Fool’s Errand” on Colbert

Fleet Foxes appeared on last night's episode of "The Late Show With Stephen Colbert," performing "Fool’s Errand" from Crack-Up. Earlier this year, they also played "Third of May" on Colbert.
Liz Cantrell / October 27, 2017

Watch Fleet Foxes Cover Tom Petty’s “Don’t Come Around Here No More”

Fleet Foxes have joined the many artists who've paid tribute to Tom Petty, who died on Monday night. During last night's show at Chicago Theatre, frontman…
Brian Josephs / October 4, 2017

Robin Pecknold’s Childhood Favorite Led Zeppelin Album Explains a Lot

Led Zeppelin's catalog is full of moments that feel specifically engineered to appeal to teenage boys: the ridiculous libido of "Whole Lotta Love," the fantasy-novel…
Andy Cush / August 29, 2017

Watch Fleet Foxes Half-Assedly Cover Phish Before Playing “White Winter Hymnal”

On Wednesday, in the middle of their 13-night run at Madison Square Garden, Phish opened their set with an a capella cover of "White Winter Hymnal," Fleet…
Andy Cush / July 28, 2017

Watch Phish’s Acapella Cover of Fleet Foxes’ “White Winter Hymnal”

Phish are currently midway through 13 nights at New York City's Madison Square Garden, each of which is themed for a flavor of doughnut and features some…
Anna Gaca / July 27, 2017

Watch Fleet Foxes Perform “Third of May” on Colbert

Fleet Foxes appeared on last night’s The Late Show With Stephen Colbert. The group performed an abbreviated version of "Third of May" off their essential new…
Taylor Berman / June 17, 2017

Review: Fleet Foxes’ Crack-Up Is a Successfully Daring Step Forward

No matter how many dashes and parentheses Robin Pecknold inserts into his song titles, or how many Japanese mountains and medieval British monsters loom behind…
Andy Cush / June 16, 2017

Stream Fleet Foxes’ Crack-Up

Fleet Foxes' new album Crack-Up is now streaming in full. With singles "If You Need to, Keep Time on Me" and "Third of May /…
Rob Arcand / June 16, 2017

Fleet Foxes’ Robin Pecknold Comments on New Record, the “Cultural Relevance” of Straight White Men in 2017

On Friday, Fleet Foxes' Robin Pecknold hopped in the comments at Stereogum's Premature Evalution review of their new album, Crack-Up, to quibble with our pal Tom Breihan's read…
Winston Cook-Wilson / June 12, 2017

A Guide to the Most Anticipated 2017 Summer Releases

What slow season? This summer, Arcade Fire, Phoenix, Lorde, Haim, and Broken Social Scene are just a few of the acts with hotly anticipated new releases. Find a preview of the season's…
SPIN Staff / June 8, 2017

Stream Fleet Foxes’ New Album Crack-Up Now

Eight days before its official release, Fleet Foxes’ third album Crack-Up is available for streaming now via NPR. Yesterday, the band released "If You Need…
Taylor Berman / June 8, 2017
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