This was great to run across today.It helps to relive the motherfucking case of The Mondays, as the sucka in the movie Office Space would say.I particularly am feeling the track with Ed Droste.If it had a vagina I would take off my coat and put it over the puddles of sadness it produces.So that it could try and walk over the hurt.How about those Mets?Just kidding. I’d actually tell the song it was the most beautiful song I ever heard.Then as it smiled I’d put my dick on its musical note 😦 Sorry.Enjoy.
Via: Mixtape Muse
While we all wait for the release of the new Fleet Foxes album, Robin Pecknold is offering up three songs for three download — er, an EP. Pecknold jumped on Twitter just moments ago to share three songs he recently recorded in LA with “his friend Noah.” Here’s a quote from Pecknold stitched together with tweets (I’m a professional): “So, I recorded three acoustic songs a couple weeks ago in LA. One is a duet with my friend Ed Droste from the amazing band Grizzly Bear, one is just a new solo jam, and one is a cover. These aren’t Fleet Foxes songs, but I didn’t know where else to disseminate it.” The cover is Pecknold’s take on New Zealand folk artist Chris Thompson’s “Where Is My Wild Rose”. All the tracks feature only fingerpicked acoustic guitar and vocals — just genuinely captivating music. Listen to the true beauty after the hop.
If you ever wondered what the perfect soundtrack for a sunset drive through the countryside might be, this is it. If you ever wondered what the soundtrack is on the way up to heaven, it might just be this, too.
Download Entire EP: Here
Fleet Foxes new album, Helplessness Blues, is out May 3 on Sub Pop.