'Removable sticker on cover states:
'FLEET FOXES 2 DISC EDITION.
This package now contains all Fleet Foxes songs recorded, including Mykonos and False Knight On The Road.'
Release comes in gatefold hard card sleeve case (4-panel digisleeve), with inner sleeve containing the album CD and a bonus disk plus info sheet with credits / notes.
Recorded at our homes, our friends' homes, our parents' homes, at London Bridge Studio, and at Avast Studio in Seattle, Washington, through the summer and fall of 2007.
Mastered at RFI in Seattle.
Pecknold wrote the songs, which belong to Xachua'bsh (ASCAP)
Cover painting is 'The Blue Cloak' (De Blauwe Huik) by Pieter The Elder Bruegel.
© Staatliche Gemäldegalerie, Berlin, Germany / The Bridgman Art Library.
℗© 2009 Bella Union
Made in the EU
Fleet Foxes' upcoming self-titled album is one of the more soulful and organically beautiful albums I've heard in awhile. Almost sounds like an album that My Morning Jacket would make if all of the band members went to church on Sunday. There are a few places on both this album, as well as their Sun Giant EP, where they create the 'symphonic warmth' of Pet Sounds. The obvious example would be 'White Winter Hymnal,' but listen to 'Quiet Houses' beginning at approximately 2:30 second-you'll understand what I mean. I know Brian Wilson comparisons are cliché for anything with a perceptible vocal harmony, but Pet Sounds is a legitimate comparison in this case for more reasons than just the vocal harmonies. For example, I'm amazed by the complexity and quality of their arrangements. They use a variety of instruments, but all of them seem to have been thoughtfully chosen for a specific role in each song (sort've like the bass harmonica in Wilson's 'I Know There's an Answer'). Each instrument is written and recorded in a way that allows the instruments to be enjoyed in isolation. And when the various parts come together with the percussion, vocal harmonies, and choruses, they're able to achieve an incredibly unique, living and breathing, wall of sound.[eternityisaday.blogspot.com / Patrick Hall]
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