The present is ready to happen on the Winter Solstice — the shortest day of the 12 months — and is called accordingly. ‘A Very Lonely Solstice Livestream’, kicks off at 2am GMT on December 22/9pm ET on December 21.
The live performance will see frontman Robin Pecknold carry out an acoustic solo set from St. Ann & the Holy Trinity Church in Brooklyn, New York Metropolis.
The Resistance Revival Refrain, a choir comprised of greater than 60 feminine and non-binary vocalists, can even make an look.
The ticketed occasion is Pecknold’s first digital efficiency since Fleet Foxes launched ‘Shore’ in September. Buy tickets here.
Fleet Foxes additionally plan to makes the stems to ‘Shore’ accessible on their Bandcamp page from this Friday (December 4). In a press launch, Pecknold defined that whereas the stems are usually not royalty-free, followers ought to “simply get in contact” in the event that they want to pattern them for business launch.
NME gave ‘Shore’ a four-star review, terming it “the extra constant and jubilant sibling of ‘Crack-Up’.”
“In all probability, it’s the document Fleet Foxes followers have been hoping for after the sheer brilliance of the primary two albums. It’s maturer in sound and concepts, however retains all of the hallmarks of what made Fleet Foxes so nice within the first place,” the overview learn.
In an interview with NME following its launch, Pecknold known as the constructive reception to ‘Shore’ “an actual mood-booster”.
“It’s been very surreal, however nice, to modify between that and checking the information with issues being so insane,” he mentioned.
“We didn’t get collectively in time as a result of I needed to get the album out shortly, however I did ask him to be on it,” Pecknold defined.
“He was down however we simply didn’t find yourself having time.”