Pro-shot video released of Robin Pecknold (Fleet Foxes), Eric D. Johnson (Fruit Bats), James Mercer (The Shins), Chris Funk (The Decemberists), Jason Isbell, John Stirratt (Wilco), Benmont Tench (Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers), and Janet Weiss (Quasi, ex-Sleater-Kinney) covering the song at Newport Folk Fest with ”Judy Blue Eyes” herself.
"What's the vibe right now? What is this trend? Why is everyone reinventing themselves? Why is this Top 40 artist with this random song that's fine being championed as the best thing ever right now?," asks Ed Droste.
Crack-Up picks up right where Helplessness Blues, and particularly "The Shrine / An Argument," left off. If their debut is their pop album and Helplessness Blues is their more traditional folk album, this is their prog album.
Fleet Foxesstill aren't back, but a recent interview with guitarist Christian Wargo suggests that they haven't abandoned the idea. Meanwhile, frontman Robin Pecknold had been debuting new music on tour with Joanna Newsom, and now he put out a new studio recording. It features frequent collaborator Neal Morgan.
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