Fleet Foxes: Crack-Up (Nonesuch)
It has taken Seattle-based Fleet Foxes six years to follow up their second album, Helplessness Blues, yet the band has made a point about the connective threads between the two records – Crack-Up’s unwieldily titled first track, I Am All That I Need/Arroyo Seco/Thumbprint Scar commences at exactly the moment where Helplessness Blues’ final track, Grown Ocean, ended. Such attention to detail may fly over the heads of casual...
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