Watch: Fleet Foxes Share Video for "Fool's Errand," New Track from Album "Crack-Up"

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Fleet Foxes have unveiled the music video for "Fool's Errand," the second track released from their forthcoming album, Crack-Up, due June 16. The video was directed by Sean Pecknold with art direction by Adi Goodrich and produced by Society. You can watch it here and download the track with album pre-orders. Fleet Foxes begin an extensive international tour later this month.

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Fleet Foxes have unveiled the music video for "Fool's Errand," the second track released from their forthcoming album, Crack-Up, due June 16 on Nonesuch Records. The video was directed by Sean Pecknold with art direction by Adi Goodrich and produced by Society. You can watch it below. "Fool's Errand" and the album track "Third of May / Ōdaigahara" are available to download now with pre-orders of Crack-Up on iTunes and the Nonesuch Store, and can be heard on Apple Music and Spotify. Nonesuch Store pre-orders also include an exclusive print featuring artwork by Hiroshi Hamaya.

Robin Pecknold recently spoke with Beats 1's Zane Lowe about the new album and more. You can listen to their conversation here.

Fleet Foxes will begin an extensive international tour later this month, beginning with a select set of intimate venues in the Pacific Northwest and routing throughout the US and Europe. Full schedule listed below and at nonesuch.com/on-tour.

FLEET FOXES ON TOUR

May 15 The Wilma Missoula, MT
May 16 Knitting Factory Spokane, WA
May 18 Crystal Ballroom (Sold Out) Portland, OR
May 19 The Showbox (Sold Out) Seattle, WA
     
May 26–29 Sydney Opera House Sydney, AUSTRALIA
     
Jun 23 L'Aéronef Lille, FRANCE
Jun 24 Down the Rabbit Hole Ewijk, NETHERLANDS
Jul 1 Vida Festival Vilanova i la Geltrú, SPAIN
Jul 3 Bands Apart Ferrara, ITALY
Jul 4 Montreux Jazz Festival Montreux, SWITZERLAND
Jul 7 Bilbao BBK Live 2017 Bilbao, SPAIN
Jul 8 NOS Alive Festival Lisbon, PORTUGAL
Jul 11 Cork Opera House Cork, IRELAND
Jul 13 Iveagh Gardens Dublin, IRELAND
Jul 14 Iveagh Gardens (Sold Out) Dublin, IRELAND
Jul 16 Latitude Festival Southwold, UK
     
Jul 27 Thompson's Point Portland, ME
Jul 28 Newport Folk Festival (Sold Out) Newport, RI
Jul 29 Merriweather Post Pavilion Columbia, MD
Jul 31 Mann Center for the Performing Arts* Philadelphia, PA
Aug 1 Celebrate Brooklyn! (Sold Out) Brooklyn, NY
Aug 2 Celebrate Brooklyn! Brooklyn, NY
Aug 4&5 Massey Hall (Sold Out) Toronto, ON
Aug 6 Masonic Temple Detroit, MI
Aug 8 The Midland Kansas City, MO
Aug 13 The Chelsea at The Cosmopolitan Las Vegas, NV
Aug 14 Rialto Theatre Tuscon, AZ
Aug 16 ACL Live at The Moody Theater Austin, TX
Aug 17 ACL Live at The Moody Theater Austin, TX
Aug 18 The Bomb Factory Dallas, TX
Sep 13 Malkin Bowl Vancouver, BC
Sep 14 Paramount Theatre Seattle, WA
Sep 16 Edgefield Concerts Troutdale, OR
Sep 18 Grand Theatre at Grand Sierra Resort and Casino Reno, NV
Sep 20 The Arlington Theatre Santa Barbara, CA
Sep 21 Observatory North Park San Diego, CA
Sep 23 Hollywood Bowl** Los Angeles, CA
Sep 27 Red Rocks Amphitheatre** Morrison, CO
Sep 29 The Waiting Room - Outdoors Omaha, NE
Sep 30 The Palace Theatre St. Paul, MN
Oct 3 Chicago Theatre Chicago, IL
Oct 4 Chicago Theatre Chicago, IL
Nov 1–5 Iceland Airwaves Reykjavik, ICELAND
Nov 7 X-tra Zürich, SWITZERLAND
Nov 8 Gasometer Vienna, AUSTRIA
Nov 9 Tvornica Kulture Zagreb, CROATIA
Nov 12 Docks Hamburg, GERMANY
Nov 13 Columbiahalle Berlin, GERMANY
Nov 17 Ancienne Belgique Brussels, BELGIUM
Nov 18 Ancienne Belgique Brussels, BELGIUM
Nov 20 Le Trianon Paris, FRANCE
Dec 1 Live Music Hall Köln, GERMANY
Dec 3 Annexet (Sold Out) Stockholm, SWEDEN
Dec 4 Annexet Stockholm, SWEDEN
Dec 5 Sentrum Scene (Sold Out) Oslo, NORWAY
Dec 6 Sentrum Scene Oslo, NORWAY
     

Most North American venues will offer ticket buyers the ability to add the new album to their purchase as an LP, CD, or digital pre-order.
* w/Animal Collective
** w/Beach House

 

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Fleet Foxes: "Fool's Errand" [video]

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