In the event you’ve discovered your self craving two hours of Fleet Foxes, look no additional: The indie people rockers have at the moment launched their Reside on Boston Harbor livestream live performance on YouTube, now out there to look at in full totally free.
Fleet Foxes’ Reside on Boston Harbor livestream initially aired again in September as a technique to have a good time the autumnal equinox, conveniently coinciding with the second anniversary of the band’s Grammy-nominated 2020 album Shore. It was filmed on the Chief Financial institution Pavilion in Boston.
Reside on Boston Harbor is the second of the 2 ticketed livestreams Fleet Foxes have hosted for the reason that onset of the pandemic: Their December 2020 livestream A Very Lonely Solstice was taped in Brooklyn and broadcast simply days after New York declared a state of emergency to tighten restrictions in response to rising COVID-19 circumstances. On the time, frontman Robin Pecknold described the set as “honoring the loneliness of 2020 with a nylon string and a few songs new and previous on the longest evening of the yr,” and Reside on Boston Harbor is an ideal segue as 2023 approaches.
That includes Shore cuts in addition to highlights from their whole discography, Reside on Boston Harbor is value a look ahead to any Fleet Foxes fan — or anybody on the lookout for a soundtrack to the chilly winter days forward. Test it out for your self under.
Final month, Fleet Foxes shared the brand new single “A Sky Like I’ve By no means Seen” for the Prime Video documentary Wildcat, in addition to Wading in Waist-Excessive Water: The Lyrics of Fleet Foxes, a e-book containing Pecknold’s full lyrics from 55 songs, accompanied with notes on his artistic processes. In Might, Pecknold assisted Publish Malone on the rapper’s track “Love/Hate Letter to Alcohol.”