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    Watch: Fleet Foxes Debut "Crack-Up" Performance Video with Icelandic Choir Graduale Nobili at Reykjavik's Harpa Concert Hall
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    Fleet Foxes have debuted their performance of the title track to their album Crack-Up, accompanied by the acclaimed Icelandic women's choir Graduale Nobili—who have toured the world alongside Björk—in a new video from Consequence of Sound. The performance was filmed in one extended shot at the famed Harpa Concert Hall in Reykjavik, just before the band headlined the 2017 Iceland Airwaves music festival. In the video, the camera moves from backstage to onstage to the open auditorium, capturing the band at work, illuminated against the beautiful hall. The video was produced by Consequence of Sound and directed by Eilífur Örn Þrastarson, with creative direction by Kevin McMahon. You can watch it here:

    Fleet Foxes will begin an extensive run of US dates this March, including festival plays at Coachella, Boston Calling and Shaky Knees as well as several headline shows, including two nights at the legendary Ryman Auditorium in Nashville. They head to Europe this summer. For details and tickets, 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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Watch: Fleet Foxes Debut "Crack-Up" Performance Video with Icelandic Choir Graduale Nobili at Reykjavik's Harpa Concert Hall

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Fleet Foxes have debuted their performance of the title track to their album Crack-Up, accompanied by the acclaimed Icelandic women's choir Graduale Nobili, in a new video from Consequence of Sound. The performance was filmed at Harpa Concert Hall in Reykjavik, ahead of the 2017 Iceland Airwaves festival. Watch it here.

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Fleet Foxes have debuted their performance of the title track to their album Crack-Up, accompanied by the acclaimed Icelandic women's choir Graduale Nobili—who have toured the world alongside Björk—in a new video from Consequence of Sound. The performance was filmed in one extended shot at the famed Harpa Concert Hall in Reykjavik, just before the band headlined the 2017 Iceland Airwaves music festival. In the video, the camera moves from backstage to onstage to the open auditorium, capturing the band at work, illuminated against the beautiful hall. The video was produced by Consequence of Sound and directed by Eilífur Örn Þrastarson, with creative direction by Kevin McMahon. You can watch it here:

Fleet Foxes will begin an extensive run of US dates this March, including festival plays at Coachella, Boston Calling and Shaky Knees as well as several headline shows, including two nights at the legendary Ryman Auditorium in Nashville. They head to Europe this summer. For details and tickets, 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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