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Fleet Foxes make their US television debut for their second album, Helplessness Blues, which came out a few weeks ago. It is kind of stunning, even if NME gave it four out of 10, mainly due to lead singer Robin Pecknold slagging the magazine on Twitter. But enough about NME. Fleet Foxes performed ‘Sim Sala […]

Jools Holland is back. Well, he was back two weeks ago but he had, er, Beady Eye on it. So that doesn’t count. Not even Elbow could have saved that episode. So let’s just agree that last Friday’s episode was the proper first one of the new series. Now in its 257th series, Later With […]

How do I begin to explain just how Fleet Foxes make me feel? How can I convey just how perfect this band is? How can I show you that they take me somewhere higher whenever I press play on any of their songs? The self-titled debut album, released in 2008, received constant rotation for the […]

On top of the podcast that you may have heard earlier in the week, featuring all new Irish music, I thought I would do a little mixtape of the tunes you may or my not have heard this week. Some of the songs are brand new to me and so I have frontloaded them. In […]

Oh that voice. Oh that soothing, reassuring voice. Welcome back Robin Pecknold. Welcome back Fleet Foxes. The world hasn’t been the same since you left. What we have below is the first brand spanking new track from Seattle’s Fleet Foxes. It is called ‘Helplessness Blues’ and if you have heard anything by Fleet Foxes in […]

The best band of 2008 are gearing up to make the best album of 2011 but until we get that how about a Christmas present? ‘White Winter Hymnal’ and ‘Mykonos’ get some remix treatment from band member Casey Wescott. But not any normal remix treatment. You have probably heard a million other remixes that employ […]