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Fleet Foxes a Very Lonely Solstice Vinyl LP Indies Clear Colour 2022

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£26.99
Cat no. 279023
Indies exclusive clear colour vinyl

Tracklist:

1. Wading In Waist-high Water
2. Sunblind
3. In The Morning
4. Tiger Mountain Peasant Song
5. Maestranza
6. Helplessness Blues
7. Silver Dagger
8. Featherweight
9. A Long Way Past The Past
10. Blue Spotted Tail
11. If You Need To, Keep Time On Me
12. I'm Not My Season
13. Can I Believe You

Robin Pecknold brings light to the bleakest of winters with Fleet Foxes' A Very Lonely Solstice - a 13-track career spanning collection recorded in December 2020, at Brooklyn, NY's St. Ann & the Holy Trinity Church.

A Very Lonely Solstice captures a poignant moment in time. The recording was originally broadcasted as a live-stream event on the winter solstice of 2020, just days after New York declared a state of emergency tightening restrictions again in response to increasing COVID-19 cases. Pecknold describes the set as "me by myself on the longest night of the year... honoring the loneliness of 2020 with a nylon string and some songs new and old." Fans worldwide tuned in while quarantined at home, finding solace and a sense of community in a period of extreme isolation.

Much of the performance showcases a solo focus on Pecknold who offers up acoustic arrangements of fan-favorite songs spanning Fleet Foxes' catalog. Selections cover all four of the band's studio albums, including their 2008 self-titled debut album '(Tiger Mountain Peasant Song') to 2011's Helplessness Blues ('Blue Spotted Tail') and 2017's Crack-Up ('If You Need To, Keep Time On Me'), all the way to their latest release, Shore. Resistance Revival Chorus joins Pecknold on Shore tracks 'Wading In Waist-High Water' and 'Can I Believe You.' Also featured: a cover of Nina Simone's 'In The Morning' and a rearrangement of the traditional 'Silver Dagger.'