FLEET FOXES Review and Animation Epic

Fleet Foxes have gone the extra mile with this their latest video accompaniment to new single The Shrine / An Argument”. Directed by Sean Pecknold, this is a beautiful, sometimes startling animation. We enter a dreamlike world haunted by dark fairytales. Diabolical beasts and wondrous creatures appear from the gloom as our story is played out. This is an 8 minute epic that captures the mood and lyrics of the track in mesmerising style.

The Shrine / An Argument from Sean Pecknold on Vimeo.

As well as the Fleet Foxes review and animation, the band have also announced some world-wide dates including one date in the UK at the O2 Academy,  Leeds, December  01, 2011

“The Shrine / An Argument” will be released 12th December as a limited edition 12″ containing live versions of “The Shrine / An Argument” and “Blue Spotted Tail”, both recorded at the BBC, with “Montezuma” on the B-side.

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