Fleet Foxes post new video
2011-03-30 by Steoandnoodles | 15 Comments
Fleet Foxes have posted the video for their new single 'Grown Ocean' on their official website.

'Grown Ocean' is taken from the group's upcoming second album. Helplessness Blues, which is scheduled for release on May 3.

http://www.fleetfoxes.com/grownocean.html
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North0House2
March 30th 2011
5894 Comments


It was pretty cool... Nothing new though.
Lots of the images there that reminded me of Colorado. Mainly the mountains.

Digging: Martin Grech - Unholy

Steoandnoodles
March 30th 2011
2832 Comments


Certainly a change of pace for the band, I thought. Loved the flute a lot.

lauriej
March 30th 2011
1712 Comments


sounds quite like Local Natives. or the other way round

Phideaux
March 30th 2011
1656 Comments


Too bad I can't see this at work. Really liked their other material.

Jash
March 30th 2011
4244 Comments


sounds quite like Local Natives. or the other way round

other way around. the songs from the new album ive heard are way more lush than on the last record, the production on their albums is just amazing

SloppyMilkshake
March 30th 2011
981 Comments


I'm really starting to doubt they'll ever write another song as good as "Mykonos".

But this was pretty good. These guys really know how to sound HUGE

lancebramsay
March 31st 2011
1585 Comments


I'm really starting to doubt they'll ever write another song as good as "Mykonos".
"The Shrine/An Arguement" and "Blue Spotted Tail" are pretty awesome off their new album. Dare I say better than "Mykonos"!??!!

Steoandnoodles
March 31st 2011
2832 Comments


What's everybody's obsession with that song (Mykonos?). It's not that great. They've written plenty of songs better than it.

DeafMetal
March 31st 2011
8587 Comments


Digging.

SloppyMilkshake
March 31st 2011
981 Comments


Jesus Christ, I had no idea Colin Stetson was on this album. His contribution was amazing.

Diggin' hard.

lancebramsay
March 31st 2011
1585 Comments


Jesus Christ, I had no idea Colin Stetson was on this album. His contribution was amazing.

Diggin' hard.

That might easily be the best track on the album too. Not to say that any of the other tracks are bad by any means.

SloppyMilkshake
March 31st 2011
981 Comments


Yeah, that song really goes above and beyond. A real progressive (as in, expanding their sound) movement for the band.

Steoandnoodles
April 1st 2011
2832 Comments


I'm digging it. I loved their debut. It was a really incredible folk record.
Love that the band are expanding their sound. I hope it pays off for them. =)

Plinkertons
April 2nd 2011
179 Comments


That last part is so Bon Iver it isn't funny.

Steoandnoodles
April 3rd 2011
2832 Comments


Ah, that same style was found on earlier Fleet Foxes recordings. It's unfair to say it's a characteristic of Bon Iver when Fleet Foxes do it in their music frequently too.



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