Fleet Foxes on the Significance of Nature in 'Shore'

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Fleet Foxes frontman Robin Pecknold discusses the significance of the equinox on the record, tells stories behind some of the songs, and shares how he found a renewed appreciation for music during the pandemic.


 
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robin pecknold // photo by Emily Johnston

Fleet Foxes recently released a surprise album at the exact moment of the fall equinox, 6:31 AM PT on September 22.

Frontman Robin Pecknold discusses the significance of the equinox on the record, tells stories behind some of the songs, and shares how he found a renewed appreciation for music during the pandemic.

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