Dave Longstreth chats with us about the album’s numerous collaborators, from HAIM and Rostam to some of LA’s best brass players.
David Longstreth side-steps the self-indulgence and delivers quirk, wit, and warmth on his brightest album yet.
10-track effort features HAIM, Fleet Foxes’ Robin Pecknold, Rostam, Syd, and more.
He joins fellow bearded folkie Justin Vernon in his criticism of this year’s Grammy recipient.
The band’s Robin Pecknold and Casey Wescott also unfurl Crack-Up track “If You Need To, Keep Time On Me” as part of in-studio session.
Fleet Foxes honor Tom Petty and victims of the Las Vegas massacre with cover of “Don’t Come Around Here No More”: Watch
Robin Pecknold gave a solo acoustic performance of the song in Chicago last night.
Legends and unpredictable collaborations made this yet another NFF for the history books.
Robin Pecknold & co. return the favor following Phish’s tackling of “White Winter Hymnal” earlier this week.
During the fifth night of their Baker’s Dozen residency at Madison Square Garden.
Could the follow-up to Crack-Up be coming sooner than we’d thought?
Plus, Robin Pecknold & co. perform “Third of May/Ōdaigahara” and “Fool’s Errand” for KCRW studio session.
Featuring crashing waves, intense dance routines, and a cute husky-like dog.