Fleet Foxes share first work in six years with ‘Third of May / Ōdaigahara’

After six years working on music and essentially just hiding from us, Fleet Foxes have returned with not only a new nine-minute track ‘Third of May / Ōdaigahara’ but with the announcement of their newest LP Crack Up.

The ode is the first music we have heard from the band in a long time and is the lead single from their new LP following 2011’s Helplessness Blues. The gorgeously rich lyric video created by Sean Pecknold and Adi Goodrich shows the band at their affluent and articulate work

The new LP was recorded across the US with the band at the helm and judging by this latest track it was a great shout. The album Crack Up is out 16th June via Nonesuch Records.

 

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