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Fleet Foxes — Mykonos
Album: Sun Giant
Avg rating:
7.4

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Total ratings: 1558








Released: 2008
Length: 4:20
Plays (last 30 days): 1
Whoa-oh-oh, oh-oh, oh-oh-oh, oh-oh-oh, oh-oh-oh, oh-oh-oh
Whoa-oh-oh, oh-oh, oh-oh-oh, oh-oh-oh, oh-oh-oh, oh-oh-oh

The door slammed loud and rose up a cloud of dust on us
Footsteps follow, down through the hollow sound, torn up

And you will go to Mykonos
With a vision of a gentle coast
And a sun to maybe dissipate
Shadows of the mess you made

Whoa-oh-oh, oh-oh, oh-oh-oh, oh-oh-oh, oh-oh-oh, oh-oh-oh
Whoa-oh-oh, oh-oh, oh-oh-oh, oh-oh-oh, oh-oh-oh, oh-oh-oh

Pallid animals in the snow-tipped pines, I find
Hatching from the seed of your thin mind, all night

And you will go to Mykonos
With a vision of a gentle coast
And a sun to maybe dissipate
Shadows of the mess you made

Whoa-oh-oh, oh-oh, oh-oh-oh, oh-oh-oh, oh-oh-oh, oh-oh-oh
Whoa-oh-oh, oh-oh, oh-oh-oh, oh-oh-oh, oh-oh-oh, oh-oh-oh

Oh-oh-oh-oh-oh
Oh-oh-oh-oh-oh
Oh-oh-oh-oh-oh

Brother, you don't need to turn me away
I was waiting down at the ancient gate
You go wherever you go today
You go today

I remember how they took you down
As the winter turned the meadow brown
You go wherever you go today
You go today

When out walking, brother, don't you forget
It ain't often that you'll ever find a friend

You go wherever you go today
You go today
You go wherever you go today
You go today
You go wherever you go today
You go today
You go wherever you go today
You go today
You go wherever you go today
You go today
You go wherever you go today
You go today
You go wherever you go today
You go today
Comments (174)add comment
It always cracks me up when the lyrics include the vocalizations. 

Oh! "Oh-oh."
my fav song from Fleet Foxes .. my Friday night is complete !
Boy do I love me some Fleet Morning Fox Jacket. Excellent tune indeed. 
Ahhhh! What a way to start the day. The window open, spring breeze is gently blowing, birds chirping sweetly and Mykonos playing in the background. Bliss. {#Smile}
Definitely has that CSN&Y feel...in fact that's who I thought it was.  Like the first four times I heard it.  
There is no auto tune here nor are they "out of tune". The droning reverb creates a slight dissonance. Pleasing to my ears, not so much to others.

Fleet Foxes @ Red Rocks in September! Woo Hoo!
 justin_cook wrote:

harmony?  

sorry for me it sounds like inverted autotune.  Purposely put out of tune just to sound... different?  But for my ears it sounds the same different every time.   I'm all for bending pitch and playing with tune throughout a song but FF seems locked into exactly the same dissonance all the time.  annoying at best.

 
The harmonies are not "out of tune".  It sounds like one of the lines is a traditional third above the main voice and one is a fifth below.  Still, those sorts of harmonies are not that uncommon in the history of folk music, they're just not as common in contemporary "popular" music.  It seems they do use other unusual harmonies in several of their songs, which can have a relative dissonance or tension, so I can see how that could get pretty irksome.  I appreciate their creativity in using "less common" harmonies, but overall, their music really doesn't do much for me.
Never gets old,  I can't wait for their new album to come out next month,   it has been a long haul!!
 dennis_chary wrote:
Again,I am amazed at the amount of vitriol directed towards Fleet Foxes and other post 1977 bands(excepting the mediocre-to-good Cure and the good but highly overrated Dire Straits-do people really think "Sultan of Swing"is anything but a PRETTY good ripoff of Bob Dylan.) I do not understand how so many listeners miss the odd yet perfectly blended harmonies;if CSN had made this circa 1968,these same listeners would be praising it to the skies,giving this song an 8.5 or a 9.0.

 
Do you actually not realize that you're berating others for their tastes while treating yours as if they're some sort of self-obvious truism?  (Specifically, the bolded sections, in case you're not sure where you did that.)  Tastes and opinions vary; what you've done here is a lot like trying to explain to people why they really should like broccoli.  It's silly.
Love the singing , the harmonies , the energy .
And one of their better tunes  
 dennis_chary wrote:
Again,I am amazed at the amount of vitriol directed towards Fleet Foxes and other post 1977 bands(excepting the mediocre-to-good Cure and the good but highly overrated Dire Straits-do people really think "Sultan of Swing"is anything but a PRETTY good ripoff of Bob Dylan.) I do not understand how so many listeners miss the odd yet perfectly blended harmonies;if CSN had made this circa 1968,these same listeners would be praising it to the skies,giving this song an 8.5 or a 9.0.

 
harmony?  

sorry for me it sounds like inverted autotune.  Purposely put out of tune just to sound... different?  But for my ears it sounds the same different every time.   I'm all for bending pitch and playing with tune throughout a song but FF seems locked into exactly the same dissonance all the time.  annoying at best.
Again,I am amazed at the amount of vitriol directed towards Fleet Foxes and other post 1977 bands(excepting the mediocre-to-good Cure and the good but highly overrated Dire Straits-do people really think "Sultan of Swing"is anything but a PRETTY good ripoff of Bob Dylan.) I do not understand how so many listeners miss the odd yet perfectly blended harmonies;if CSN had made this circa 1968,these same listeners would be praising it to the skies,giving this song an 8.5 or a 9.0.
 TerryS wrote:

Encore: not so much.

 
Pretty damn awesome!
 marty88210 wrote:

What do you think of the group?

 
Encore: not so much.
 dwhayslett wrote:

7.3 average over 682 ratings.  The problem is you, sport, not the music.

 
I just bumped the avg to 7.4 ... great band, good choice Bill!
 calle01 wrote:
Awful!
Help me Bill..?
Cant you play more upbeat and or better music? Please? The world is filled with great music.. what makes you choose and or play bands like this? Do they pay you? 

 
7.3 average over 682 ratings.  The problem is you, sport, not the music.
If Fleet Foxes were a racehorse, it would be described in the form guide as "one-paced but game". Pleasant enough, and you can't fault FF's productivity and effort, but always the same sound which after a while goes in one ear and out of the other leaving no trace of its passing. Nice background music, mind :)
 calle01 wrote:
Awful!
Help me Bill..?
Cant you play more upbeat and or better music? Please? The world is filled with great music.. what makes you choose and or play bands like this? Do they pay you? 

 
Please.....just go away.
 Marr wrote:
Something about this..... I can't put my finger on it. But for some reason I like this a lot.

 
For some reason, every time the song comes to 2:55 it instantly reminds me of this (or another Jefferson Airplane or Fairport Convention song I can't think of right now). I don't know why, don't ask. {#Stop}

Very nice song Bill, and thanks for playing it often. Sends a very pleasant feeling every time I hear it. {#Wave}
 bugleboy624 wrote:
Really love the vibe on this one.

 

I agree. Of all the music from them I have been exposed to, this is the only cut that really struck me as really likable.
Really love the vibe on this one.
 TerryS wrote:
The Nikonos was a fine underwater camera, Mykonos, not so much

 
What do you think of the group?
Sure had a CSNY   "Ohio"  kinda chorus.
The Nikonos was a fine underwater camera, Mykonos, not so much
 smartn1 wrote:
Again looked up a song, but this time because of the terrible off-key dissonance. Rate it a 2

 
Beauty is in the dissonance of the beholder (or something like that). I can appreciate that.
But I also love Neil Young so that explains a bit, I think....
 Stingray wrote:

Who can help me to lift me from a 2-4 to the 9's so many are hearing?

With intellegent arguments, please!



 
Intelligent arguments when it comes to the subjective nature of musical tastes?  Rock and roll?  Boring.
 smartn1 wrote:
Again looked up a song, but this time because of the terrible off-key dissonance. Rate it a 2

 
Honestly, this hurts my teeth. To my ears, it is too sharp, and it affects me like fingernails on a chalkboard. Clearly, others don't hear it this way. I wonder if this shows a difference in our senses - like people who are 'tasters' and 'non-tasters'  (people who either can or cannot taste a certain chemical on litmus paper - in a classic lab experiment).
Oh well, I will just use my mute button, and wish those listeners enjoyment who don't experience this music as a form of torture...
More often than not, one of their songs comes on and I think to myself "oh, that's nice", look up from my keyboard and find out it's Fleet Foxes. Must get some of their cds.
new here & glad to arrive--i LOVE music but don't have much of a ear for the nuances.  still that some people are bored senseless & hear off-key sounds and others are in heaven listening to Fleet Foxes is just SO disparate…just the ole different strokes thing i guess.
well, i sure was taken by FF. 
 :+:_DL wrote:
This band is utterly intolerable.  

They shake my faith in Rock & Roll.   

 
Historically, anything that shakes faith is usually a good thing.  I don't think this band is quite that powerful.
This band is utterly intolerable.  

They shake my faith in Rock & Roll.   

Who can help me to lift me from a 2-4 to the 9's so many are hearing?

With intellegent arguments, please!


 smartn1 wrote:
Again looked up a song, but this time because of the terrible off-key dissonance. Rate it a 2

  Agreed. I don't usually comment on RP, but this thing warranted a reply...


Again looked up a song, but this time because of the terrible off-key dissonance. Rate it a 2
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I see now what the fuss is about. Lovely, layered, multi-flavored. :)
 Jungle_Jim wrote:
Fleet Foxes are conjuring magic - as though they are drinking from a sacred well. They are timeless - as though they've just time traveled from either 1970 or 1870 - a bit like the way The Band seemed to draw from the ancestral spirits of the north American continent. I know FF are CSNY meets Beach Boys and similar to My Morning Jacket (and I hear Lindisfarne aswell), but these guys could be the best band of their generation if they do 3-4 more albums as good as this stuff.
 
I like this music. And your telling review. Makes it nicer to listen to.

Nice.  Reminds me of the Soundtrack from Our Lives.
I keep loving this one and my guess is, i'll still love it 50 years from now...
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 RParadise wrote:
"What if you knew her and
found her dead on the ground . . ."

Oops.  Wrong performers.
 
Too funny
 
I do like this one   {#Music}
 Stingray wrote:
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From an old guy from the 60's, I really do like to hear music like this, when I first heard this song, I recognized them immediatlely as the Fleet Foxes, though I'd agree that they have some flavor of Crosby, Stills and Nash, they are in their own league, Good stuff. And most importantly uplifts my soul.
 Muffy wrote:

Seconded. I saw them in Hyde park during the summer, half the crowd were comatose by the end of their set. Most of the rest looked suicidal.

 

Not sure I'd claim to be that good at recognizing someone who was suicidal. But maybe you didn't mean that literally. Nevertheless, something tells me your statement is somewhat less than fully accurate. Presumably some of those people were there specifically to see them. Perhaps you are projecting your own opinion onto others at least to some extenet. I'm just sayin'...


Fleet Foxes_02 by ~Vrijdags
Stefan  ©2009-2010 ~Vrijdags

Some pictures taken in november 2008 @ a dutch music festival called Crossing Border. It was the second time seattle rock band Fleet Foxes performed live in Holland. Definitely one of the best concerts of 2008. Though the concert hall was packed, i managed to get pretty close and take pictures.


"What if you knew her and
found her dead on the ground . . ."

Oops.  Wrong performers.
Saw this group at a great outdoor venue in salt lake. they didn't disappoint the crowd. we enjoyed the show!
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 vandal wrote:

Soooooooooooo boring to watch live, and just as muddy/off key.  Must be their MO. . .

 
Seconded. I saw them in Hyde park during the summer, half the crowd were comatose by the end of their set. Most of the rest looked suicidal.

,,another one of those songs,,whats' the rip of,,thing,,{#Ask} !!?
",,all I,,,need " ?

  "Walk Don't Run"   or perhaps "Wipeout "

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lJ11y7pYl-8&feature=related

I don't know much by these guys.
But every time one of their songs come on, I think I'm hearing My Morning Jacket.
Considering I like MMJ, it might be a good thing...

The word that comes to mind is "ethereal" — love the harmonies.  Comparisons be damned, this is damned good! {#Roflol}
not on my Christmas list......yet

Fleet Foxes are conjuring magic - as though they are drinking from a sacred well. They are timeless - as though they've just time traveled from either 1970 or 1870 - a bit like the way The Band seemed to draw from the ancestral spirits of the north American continent. I know FF are CSNY meets Beach Boys and similar to My Morning Jacket (and I hear Lindisfarne aswell), but these guys could be the best band of their generation if they do 3-4 more albums as good as this stuff.
Best album of 2008, imo.

Soooooooooooo boring to watch live, and just as muddy/off key.  Must be their MO. . .

Fleet Foxes can write some pretty catchy songs!!  Me Likey {#Daisy}
 cosmiclint wrote:

but the guy who wrote "The Beatles are out of tune on many of their very early recordings...the entire albums were done in less than six hours so I'll give them a pass" was clearly out to lunch.
 
Whoa, taking things a bit literally. Hyperbole not in your dictionary? Relatively speaking the Beatles records were done in hours compared to the months and months most modern acts takes to record...but you made your point.

I most certainly bow to your superior encyclopedic knowledge on the behind-the-scenes details, but having spent several decades as a professional guitarist with some platinum records in my career, I can assure you, beyond a shadow of a doubt, the vocals on this recording are not in tune in parts. Not an issue of timbre or vocal quality. They're not hitting the notes. So much so, that you'd have a better chance of convincing me they were doing it on purpose.

I actually like these guys..or more to the point, what they are attempting to do. You could do much worse than shooting to follow C,S & N and the beach Boys 

Something about this..... I can't put my finger on it. But for some reason I like this a lot.
 RadioDoc wrote:
After many (and many and many...Bill really likes these folks) listens it's the bad vocal production which ruins an otherwise decent song.  They should have stopped right before the acapella about 3/4 in.  The end really sours the rest.  Still a 4.

 
The above post is worth bumping to the front of the line again. The bad vocal production on this (and every other Fleet Foxes song I've heard) is very disappointing, particularly when you consider how carefully Bill works to make sure the music here sounds as good as possible. Merely transitioning from any other song to these muddy vocals makes my ears twitch (and not in a good way).  The off-key singing in and after the acapella bridge doesn't help much either.

Available as a free download this week from Amazon as part of the Amazon Sampler SubPop along with some other artists you'll recognize from RP.
 nattywoohoo wrote:
Amazing song. Amazing band. {#Hearteyes}

 
Very true!
kaybee wrote:
I just wish they'd find their own voice.  They sound too much like they're ripping off CSNY and My Morning Jacket.
 

Exactly!

 panlad wrote:

Not quite.  But it is well documented that the Beatles recorded their first album with George Martin in one day. 
 
Actually, they recorded 10 of the 14 tracks that ended up on the Please Please Me album in 9 hours and 45 minutes, in an effort to rush an album out to capitalize on the success of the Please Please Me/Love Me Do single.

So I might have been too quick with my "I don't think so" comment, but the guy who wrote "The Beatles are out of tune on many of their very early recordings...the entire albums were done in less than six hours so I'll give them a pass" was clearly out to lunch.

As you stated, their Hamburg experience made them a very tight live act, and they essentially performed that act in studio while George Martin recorded that first album. Their later studio efforts were much longer, more grueling experiences, as described by Geoff Emerick in his excellent memoir Here, There, and Everywhere: My Life Recording the Music of The Beatles. You sound like you know your Beatles, but if you haven't already read it, I highly recommend it.


I just wish they'd find their own voice.  They sound too much like they're ripping off CSNY and My Morning Jacket.
 cosmiclint wrote:

You may not like the timber of the vocals, but they are certainly on pitch. And six hours to record a Beatles album? I don't think so.
 
Not quite.  But it is well documented that the Beatles recorded their first album with George Martin in one day.  They were fresh off their gigs in Hamburg and had played a grueling six weeks with only one day off, on call from 8pm to 4am.  Believe it or not they actually played even longer than this on their first trip to Hamburg, playing through the day an into the night with only 15 minute breaks.  
The Beatles had never been in a real studio before and Martin decided to record them "live" , with no overdubbing.  Years later, during the Get Back sessions, Martin speaks about how the Beatles desire to record like they did early on is impossible because they have not played together as a group for so long and he can't get a perfect take.
Amazing song. Amazing band. {#Hearteyes}

Ow, ow, ow,ow,

*Mute*

Ahhhhhhh!
 rantnraver wrote:
this amazing trend amongst SO many of today's bands that seems to make out of tune vocals totally acceptable is beyond me...where the hell is the producer?!! OK...yeah, The Beatles are out of tune on many of their very early recordings...the entire albums were done in less than six hours so I'll give them a pass. All of their albums from 65 and on are in tune. C, S & N..out of tune? Not on the studio discs. The Beach Boys?...never. I dig this record but the out of tune singing is like fingernails on a chalkboard.
 
You may not like the timber of the vocals, but they are certainly on pitch. And six hours to record a Beatles album? I don't think so.

 rantnraver wrote:
this amazing trend amongst SO many of today's bands that seems to make out of tune vocals totally acceptable is beyond me...where the hell is the producer?!! OK...yeah, The Beatles are out of tune on many of their very early recordings...the entire albums were done in less than six hours so I'll give them a pass. All of their albums from 65 and on are in tune. C, S & N..out of tune? Not on the studio discs. The Beach Boys?...never. I dig this record but the out of tune singing is like fingernails on a chalkboard.
 
This is when it pays to be tone deaf.  Like me.  I don't hear sharps and flats; I just like the reediness/scratchiness of the vocals, like he's been singing his heart out for weeks on tour or something.

I love FF - outstanding band. I think vocally they are exceptionally talented and unique.
this amazing trend amongst SO many of today's bands that seems to make out of tune vocals totally acceptable is beyond me...where the hell is the producer?!! OK...yeah, The Beatles are out of tune on many of their very early recordings...the entire albums were done in less than six hours so I'll give them a pass. All of their albums from 65 and on are in tune. C, S & N..out of tune? Not on the studio discs. The Beach Boys?...never. I dig this record but the out of tune singing is like fingernails on a chalkboard.
 vandal wrote:
            Yeah, they're awesome at suckitude. . .
 

{#Lol}
 ThePoose wrote:
4 dead in O-hi-o
 
bump


I hope we get a bunch of classic albums out of these guys.
I do like this song, but I cringe at the middle of the song - the transition. Does nobody else think that one of the singers is sharp (tonally, I mean)? Mind you, I always used to think Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young sang off tune a lot of the time, but still, it is jarring. 
What a great group.  Would be great to hear Blue Ridge Mountains.
This song is really growing on me! Thank you for playing it frequently RP!
..it is WAY too similar....nice call!
 ThePoose wrote:
Four dead in O-HI-O
 


This song is on continuous repeat in my car this week.  You think Bill plays it a lot...
 horstman wrote:


They are okay. I bought the CD at Target for 10 bucks (good value) but after a few listens, it becomes a little grating. They are good in really small doses, more than that and it has that sameness to it with no discernible details to say "Ooh, I like that song because of this, and I like that song because of that".

My money could have been spent better on other artists. But I'll rip the favorites for the ipod. Better off buying the songs you like for 99 cents rather than the whole album. Let's hope they get better over time. I think the potential is there.

Definitely there.
 
Hey, c'mon, are you really coming with differentiated criticism??
Don't irritate us here.
Do they SUCK, or are they AWESOME?
Make up your mind, man!!!!!

 aeryn wrote:
Why is Fleet Foxes played EVERYDAY?
 
'cause life is good?

BillG wrote:

Just doesn't happen. Ever. With any song.

Check the playlist history.

Okay, Bill, but I did say "seemingly" and since all their songs seem to sound the same to me:

24 Hr Playlist ending at 9:58 am on Fri Dec 05, 2008
9:58 am - Fleet Foxes - Mykonos
4:51 am - Fleet Foxes - White Winter Hymnal
1:54 pm - Fleet Foxes - Your Protector

So, there! {#Whistle}

 aeryn wrote:
Why is Fleet Foxes played EVERYDAY?
 
''Everyday'' is an adjective; you meant to state ''every day.''

The tag on this song reminds me of something from the Red Hot Chili Peppers — Californication release.
Listen to the clip of "Saviour"

https://www.cduniverse.com/search/xx/music/pid/1102265/a/Californication.htm
 RadioDoc wrote:
Well, this one is growing on me a bit. 
 
                    yeah, like a deadly slime mold. . .


 RadioDoc wrote: 
Excellent playlist Bill.
 


 aeryn wrote:
Why is Fleet Foxes played EVERYDAY?
 
Cause Bill can!

I really can't get enough of these guys....... {#Notworthy}
Well, this one is growing on me a bit.  I just wish they'd not screwed it up at the end like they did.
 ScopArch wrote:
This song is okay, but the seemingly 2 or 3 times a day it gets played is not.

 
Just doesn't happen. Ever. With any song.

Check the playlist history.

 ScopArch wrote:
This song is okay, but the seemingly 2 or 3 times a day it gets played is not.

 
I was at work today, and between my arrival at 9:00 and going out for lunch, the radio station in shipping played the same song 3 times.  It wasn't an OK song.  I'd rather hear Fleet Foxes three times per hour than some crumby manufactured song once a day.  Incidentally, I don't even work in the shipping department, so the crumby song may have played more than three times this morn. 

I guess I should point out that the station in question is a 'top 40' station, so they only have about 40 songs to choose from.  The song in question was extra top, so they had to play it extra lots.  So there.  Pity I can't force the whole place to listen to RP.

4 dead in O-hi-o
 jhorton wrote:
 aeryn wrote:
Why is Fleet Foxes played EVERYDAY?

'Cause they are awesome? 

 
            Yeah, they're awesome at suckitude. . .


 aeryn wrote:
Why is Fleet Foxes played EVERYDAY?

'Cause they are awesome? 



Why is Fleet Foxes played EVERYDAY?
This song is okay, but the seemingly 2 or 3 times a day it gets played is not.

 Kittee wrote:
{#Cheers} Revolutionary band for 2008 in my opinion.  They bring back such a lovely "old," rich sound liken to the late 60's early 70's.

 

They are okay. I bought the CD at Target for 10 bucks (good value) but after a few listens, it becomes a little grating. They are good in really small doses, more than that and it has that sameness to it with no discernible details to say "Ooh, I like that song because of this, and I like that song because of that".

My money could have been spent better on other artists. But I'll rip the favorites for the ipod. Better off buying the songs you like for 99 cents rather than the whole album. Let's hope they get better over time. I think the potential is there.

Definitely there.
some Mykonos images





The melody is Ohio.
Nice harmonies and deep layers with evocative edges of myth...nice band to discover....thanks RP
 gvan wrote:
CSN and MMJ should sue for these guys for copyright infringement.

 
well since this is really good and MMJ has taken a turn for the absolute worst with their latest, i think they'll get off the hook.
...CSN though?.............REALLY?!?  you gonna bring them up any time someone breaks out 3-part harmonies?

 gvan wrote:
CSN and MMJ should sue for these guys for copyright infringement.

 
Huh?

 hippiechick wrote:
Sure wish i could afford this cd
  I downloaded the song from Amazon for 99c.  Couldn't wait on the budget.  Love it!


Something haunting and pulls fondly at my ancestral memory about that vocal part at the end.
CSN and MMJ should sue for these guys for copyright infringement.

Sure wish i could afford this cd
 Rathmar wrote:
I'm really, really liking this song and this group the more I hear from them.  Thanks RP!
 
Roger that, Paradise Control..........

{#Cheers} Revolutionary band for 2008 in my opinion.  They bring back such a lovely "old," rich sound liken to the late 60's early 70's.

RadioDoc wrote:
Aw geez, c'mon Bill. Either your automation software is broken or you're intentionally torturing us. Two Fleet Foxes cuts within two hours is a little much.

5:17 pm - Fleet Foxes - Mykonos
4:02 pm - Fleet Foxes - Your Protector

       word


 ladyj wrote:
I am not surprised that this followed CSN Suite-Judy Blue Eyes but after half way into this song I wondered why it wasn't Ohio instead.
 
Now I can't hear this song without thinking of "Ohio".  Though both are good songs, it kind of ruins the song for me now.
Argh - I jumped on the Fleet Foxes bandwagon too late - their show in DC is already sold out!! {#Cry}
After many (and many and many...Bill really likes these folks) listens it's the bad vocal production which ruins an otherwise decent song.  They should have stopped right before the acapella about 3/4 in.  The end really sours the rest.  Still a 4.

 Rathmar wrote:
I'm really, really liking this song and this group the more I hear from them.  Thanks RP!
 

Ditto. This is probably my favorite song of 2008.

Nice sound, sounds like the Hollies a bit
Just recently discovered these guys. Brilliant stuff.
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