The rapper’s love for the Seattle indie band is properly documented. In 2015, he tweeted: “in the event you don’t like flee foxes then fuck you.” Later that very same yr, he added: “fleet foxes is the one group that i really like each single music of.”
Now, talking in a brand new interview, Pecknold talked about his relationship with Posty and the way he nearly featured on Fleet Foxes’ newest album.
“He’ll textual content me each on occasion and it’s at all times a very enjoyable factor to obtain,” Pecknold stated on Radio.com’s New Arrivals present earlier this week. “To have that pop up in my iMessages, it at all times appears like a glitch within the Matrix or one thing.”
in the event you don’t love flee foxes then fuck you
— Posty (@PostMalone) April 19, 2015
He continued: “He got here by the studio for sooner or later whereas we had been working in LA and listened to stuff and was tremendous supportive. We didn’t get collectively in time as a result of I needed to get the album out rapidly, however I did ask him to be on it. He was down however we simply didn’t find yourself having time.”
“He’s a brilliant candy man, he’s an actual gentleman, and he’s most likely one of the best melody author within the enterprise proper now. I believe. And by some glitch within the Matrix we’ve an off-the-cuff friendship.”
Elsewhere within the interview, Pecknold added that his favorite Submit Malone tracks are ‘Circles’ and “that Spider-Man song”.
The clip is directed by Sean Pecknold, the brother of frontman Robin Pecknold, who beforehand directed movies for ‘Can I Believe You’, ‘Grown Ocean’ and ‘The Shrine/An Argument’.
In the meantime, Producer Andrew Watt has marked his 30th birthday by hosting what he describes as the best jam session of all time – that includes the likes of Post Malone, Foo Fighters‘ Taylor Hawkins, Metallica‘s Rob Trujillo and Red Hot Chili Peppers‘ Chad Smith.