Robin Pecknold and co. set to return after five years.
Plus, he updates fans on the forthcoming Fleet Foxes record.
Superfan gets to wear the sweater she’d admired from afar for five years.
Bon Iver frontman must have forgotten he starred in a giant ad for Bushmill’s.
LA folk artist also announces new album Fires on the Plain, due out this fall.
Robin Pecknold shares photos from inside the studio.
Pecknold also talked about the band’s five-year hiatus and going back to school at Columbia University.
Plus, the frontman covers Harry Nilsson’s “Don’t Forget Me”.
An instrumental cut featuring more reverb than we’re used to from the Foxes camp.
After a five-year hiatus, Seattle folk rockers are readying their return.
The trio teams up for “Time, as a Symptom” and “Good Intentions Paving Company”.
Duet came during the Dublin stop of their joint European tour.