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    Listen: Fleet Foxes Perform on BBC Radio 6 Music's "Lauren Laverne" Show
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    Fleet Foxes perform the second of two consecutive nights of shows at O2 Academy Brixton tonight. Bandmates Robin Pecknold and Casey Wescott stopped by BBC Radio 6 Music this morning to perform "If You Need To, Keep Time on Me," from their new album, Crack-Up, on the Lauren Laverne show. Pecknold spoke with Laverne about the album and the ongoing tour and gave a solo take on the Jimmy Webb (via Nina Simone) song "Do What You Gotta Do." You can hear the interview and performances below.

    The Crack-Up tour continues in the UK and heads back to the Continent to close out the current European leg with shows in Cologne, Stockholm, and Oslo in the coming days. The band will be in Australia, New Zealand, and Asia in December and January. For details, visit nonesuch.com/on-tour.

    To pick up a copy of Crack-Up, head to iTunes, Amazon, and the Nonesuch Store, where CD and vinyl orders include a download of the complete album at checkout; the album can also be heard on Apple Music and Spotify.

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Listen: Fleet Foxes Perform on BBC Radio 6 Music's "Lauren Laverne" Show

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on November 27, 2017 - 1:00pm
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Fleet Foxes' Robin Pecknold and Casey Wescott stopped by BBC Radio 6 Music to perform "If You Need To, Keep Time on Me," from their album Crack-Up on the Lauren Laverne show. Pecknold spoke with Laverne about the album and the ongoing tour and gave a solo take on the Jimmy Webb (via Nina Simone) song "Do What You Gotta Do." You can hear the set here. The European tour continues through next week. The band will tour Australia, New Zealand, and Asia in December and January.

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Fleet Foxes perform the second of two consecutive nights of shows at O2 Academy Brixton tonight. Bandmates Robin Pecknold and Casey Wescott stopped by BBC Radio 6 Music this morning to perform "If You Need To, Keep Time on Me," from their new album, Crack-Up, on the Lauren Laverne show. Pecknold spoke with Laverne about the album and the ongoing tour and gave a solo take on the Jimmy Webb (via Nina Simone) song "Do What You Gotta Do." You can hear the interview and performances below.

The Crack-Up tour continues in the UK and heads back to the Continent to close out the current European leg with shows in Cologne, Stockholm, and Oslo in the coming days. The band will be in Australia, New Zealand, and Asia in December and January. For details, visit nonesuch.com/on-tour.

To pick up a copy of Crack-Up, head to iTunes, Amazon, and the Nonesuch Store, where CD and vinyl orders include a download of the complete album at checkout; the album can also be heard on Apple Music and Spotify.

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Fleet Foxes: BBC 6 Music's "Lauren Laverne" Show, November 2017

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John Mcleish's picture

DWYGD was written by Jimmy Webb, and made famous by the 4 Tops

nonesuch's picture

Indeed, as noted above and in the interview. Robin was inspired to perform the song via Nina Simone's version.

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