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Double 180gm vinyl LP pressing. Includes poster. 2021 release, the fourth album from Fleet Foxes. The band''s Robin Pecknold shares, "Shore feels like a relief, like you''d feel when your feet finally hit sand after getting caught in a riptide. It''s a celebration of life in the face of death, honoring our lost musical heroes, from David Berman to John Prine to Judee Sill to Bill Withers, embracing the joy and solace they brought to our lives and honoring their memory. Shore is an object levitating between the magnetic fields of the past and the future." The album was recorded in upstate New York at Aaron Dessner''s Long Pond Studio, in Paris at Studios St. Germain, in Los Angeles at the legendary Vox, in Long Island City at Diamond Mine, and New York City''s Electric Lady

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1 Wading in Waist-High Water
2 Sunblind
3 Can I Believe You
4 Jara
5 Featherweight
6 A Long Way Past the Past
7 For a Week or Two
8 Maestranza
9 Young Man''s Game
10 I''m Not My Season
11 Quiet Air / Gioia
12 Going-To-The-Sun Road
13 Thymia
14 Cradling Mother, Cradling Woman
15 Shore

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Rowan
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Gorgeous
Reviewed in the United States on September 22, 2020
Ethereal, melancholy, wistful, triumphant, disconcerting, reminiscent, loving, tender. Soaring vocals and harmonies. Melodies that evoke the losses we''ve suffered and honor them. Thoughtful lyrics pick apart pain and dreams, tell stories, embrace life in all of its pain and... See more
Ethereal, melancholy, wistful, triumphant, disconcerting, reminiscent, loving, tender. Soaring vocals and harmonies. Melodies that evoke the losses we''ve suffered and honor them. Thoughtful lyrics pick apart pain and dreams, tell stories, embrace life in all of its pain and wonder. It''s the album that I needed to hear today and will have on repeat for a good long while. It''s the album that 2020 needs. Thank you FF.
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Michael Haywood
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Step into the light
Reviewed in the United States on September 29, 2020
Crack-Up, the previous album by the band, was a moodier, darker album that ended on a lighter note, a ray of hope. Shore is the continuation of that lighter side. A sequel, so to speak, that celebrates escaping the darkness of Crack-Up and finally stepping into the light.... See more
Crack-Up, the previous album by the band, was a moodier, darker album that ended on a lighter note, a ray of hope. Shore is the continuation of that lighter side. A sequel, so to speak, that celebrates escaping the darkness of Crack-Up and finally stepping into the light. It''s the perfect complimentary piece of Crack-Up with a more stripped-down approach that balances the musical chaos features heavily on that last album.

Shore is everything you want in a Fleet Foxes album and then some. It is an absolute must buy.
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A. Halfstar
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
It''s Fleet Foxes, of course it''s great
Reviewed in the United States on October 1, 2020
Is this the best Fleet Foxes album? Who cares??!! It''s A Fleet Foxes album, and that''s all you really need to know. It is full of lush, beautiful, interesting songs. If you have any interest in Fleet Foxes because of prior albums, then this will not... See more
Is this the best Fleet Foxes album?
Who cares??!!
It''s A Fleet Foxes album, and that''s all you really need to know.
It is full of lush, beautiful, interesting songs.
If you have any interest in Fleet Foxes because of prior albums, then this will not disappoint.
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Jason Stein
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Staying under my weather all day.
Reviewed in the United States on December 17, 2020
Generally speaking, I have enjoyed Fleet Foxes since their 2008 debut. While I admit they have yet to create a classic in the true sense of the word, they could. They have potential. When I hear them they remind me of the 1970''s--Crosby, Stills & Nash, America,... See more
Generally speaking, I have enjoyed Fleet Foxes since their 2008 debut. While I admit they have yet to create a classic in the true sense of the word, they could. They have potential.

When I hear them they remind me of the 1970''s--Crosby, Stills & Nash, America, Art Garfunkel, Gordon Lightfoot--that breezy, folky, southern California sound. Baroque pop? Indie? Indie chamber folk? Something like that.

Lead singer Robin Pecknold has a distinct vocal that many of today''s artist''s lack. It gives Fleet Foxes and edge in that regard. Although I can never tell what he is singing about because his delivery obscures it. That''s one issue I have with this band--I wish they were clearer.

The other issue I have is when an artist puts out 15 songs on one album. For me that almost always gets a star subtracted because it inevitably opens the door for filler/excess. If you are going to do 15 songs you have to be focused and make every one count because otherwise it''s a long listen. Such was the case here, but not entirely.

If I had been in charge I''d have cut the album down to it''s bare bones with my favorite tracks like this:

1. Sunblind
2. Can I Believe You
3. Jara
4. Featherweight
5. Maestranza
6. Young Man''s Game
7. I''m Not My Season
8. Quiet Air/Gioia
9. Cradling Mother, Cradling Woman

I feel had the album been made thusly, it would have been five stars from me. As it stands, I give it four stars because the other songs aren''t bad, they compliment the core songs above, but they don''t make the album stronger.

"Shore" is a definite improvement over 2017''s "Crack-Up". It puts the band back on track. It might be my favorite of theirs. I''d really like to see the next album continue in this more accessible direction. While Fleet Foxes aren''t exactly pop, "Shore" moves them much closer than they''ve ever been before. I like this direction, and I hope it inspires them to take it further because they have a unique sound that should be added to the pop world. I''d love to hear them played on the radio everywhere.

Here''s how "Shore" compares to Fleet Foxes other works:

2008 Fleet Foxes: Four Stars
2011 Helplessness Blues: Four Stars
2017 Crack-Up: Three Stars
2020 Shore: Four Stars
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Dan
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Best Album of 2020!
Reviewed in the United States on October 6, 2020
This album is amazing! Fleet Foxes has such a joyful, authentic sound that is thoroughly enjoyable to listen to in these dismal times!
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RKM
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Outstanding Musical Contribution
Reviewed in the United States on November 19, 2020
Fleet Foxes continue their journey with another great musical contribution. I''m a LONG time fan and have never found them not to be on top of their game in whatever they do to drive a musical direction related to their name and genre. This is their next step and... See more
Fleet Foxes continue their journey with another great musical contribution. I''m a LONG time fan and have never found them not to be on top of their game in whatever they do to drive a musical direction related to their name and genre.
This is their next step and should not be ignored or passed over. It solidifies their musical contribution to what I call call an endless journey. My life is better with FF in it!!!
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Michael R
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
It''s a young man''s game
Reviewed in the United States on March 30, 2021
Surprise album drops are usually saved for big pop stars, which is what made Fleet Foxes'' surprise album in the middle of quarantine so unexpected, especially given the 6-year break before Crack-Up. Conversely, Shore comes only 3 years later, and the band is now 4-for-4 on... See more
Surprise album drops are usually saved for big pop stars, which is what made Fleet Foxes'' surprise album in the middle of quarantine so unexpected, especially given the 6-year break before Crack-Up. Conversely, Shore comes only 3 years later, and the band is now 4-for-4 on great albums. This is their longest effort to date, but almost all of it feels essential ("Going-to-the-Sun Road" is the filler track if I had to pick one). "Sunblind" is a tribute to recently passed musicians, while the album has plenty of soaring anthems, like "Maestranza" and "Going-to-the-Sun Road", for those who preferred the shorter tracks of the first two LP''s. The physical release comes almost a year later, with that delay proving why so many artists are just dropping digital releases themselves these days.
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Shawn R Hare
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Some very lovely music
Reviewed in the United States on September 30, 2021
I''ve been listening to Fleet Foxes since their eponymous album, which I think is one of the greatest albums by anyone (with one exception -- the song Quiet Houses -- I typically press the skip button on that one, it''s just a little annoying). As well, Helplessness Blues was... See more
I''ve been listening to Fleet Foxes since their eponymous album, which I think is one of the greatest albums by anyone (with one exception -- the song Quiet Houses -- I typically press the skip button on that one, it''s just a little annoying). As well, Helplessness Blues was a fantastic followup album and while I can''t think of a song that I dislike on that album, I do dislike the shrieking saxophone during the An Argument segment of of The Shrine. Other than that it''s another perfect album.

And while I wasn''t a big fan of Crack Up, though there''s some good stuff hither and yon, I truly enjoy this album.

The funny thing is, I actually enjoy listening to it and watching the video presentation on YouTube even more than just listening to the music. The imagery, however mundane, and basically having nothing to do with the songs, is quite mesmerizing.

It''s not quite as endearing to me as the self-titled album and Helplessness Blues, I might change my mind as time goes on and through subsequent listenings.
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alneman
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Gorgeous multi layered harmonies from Robin Pecknold uplifting & welcome in these dark times
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on February 6, 2021
This album is the 4th under the Fleet Foxes band name, but in effect it is a solo album from Robin Pecknold, the key songwriter and singer who has arranged and produced the lovely songs on this latest album. It was released early as a download only available in the autumn...See more
This album is the 4th under the Fleet Foxes band name, but in effect it is a solo album from Robin Pecknold, the key songwriter and singer who has arranged and produced the lovely songs on this latest album. It was released early as a download only available in the autumn of last year due to Covid 19 lockdown, and has only just come out now as a physical CD. I tend to be old school and prefer the CD with liner notes and artwork, so it has been a frustrating having to wait almost 5 months for this new album to become available in my preferred format. It got lots of glowing reviews, and featured highly in several end of year critics listings. It is a sunny bright uplifting record in these dark stressful times of pandemic lockdown when we are all stuck at home to wallow in and relish. The trademark multi layered harmonies are all present and correct. 15 Sumptuous new tracks to enjoy and decipher, in the CD booklet each track has a simple line drawing of a flower with an assigned characteristic associated with it. So for example on the 2nd track Sunblind, it is a Red Poppy with the link being Memorial. This track is one of the early album highlights for me , naming a whole load of musicians that he has loved and enjoyed who are no longer with us, a great celebratory tribute . The vocal harmonies and slick sophisticated arrangements remind me of Brian Wilson and the Beach Boys at their most adventurous. For one man to almost single handedly come up with this complex work of beauty is a staggering and admirable feat that deserves much respect. His clear singing voice solo on I''m Not Season without the multiple harmonies, more simply unadorned is achingly beautiful and another album high point to enjoy. There is a water theme that spreads through the album, from its title and cover artwork photography, then the opening song Wading in Waist-High Water through to the closing track Shore. It is a complex work that is immediately pleasurable and accessible to listen to, but will also take some time to get to grips with plumbing its depths to explore and unravel what it is all about. Not a chore, but a delightful task to try to disentangle some of the threads and gain more of an understanding about the songs. For me it is a joyful album that shines out in these troubled times, up there on a par with their stunning debut. There are a range of supporting musicians, and the horns which feature 7 tracks tend to give a distinctive feel and added layer of sound to this set of songs. So far I have only listened to this album 3 times, but it will be definitely be a grower, with more emerging on each listen. One minor criticism is with the CD packaging. It is slightly oversize and rather chunky, but more importantly and frustrating is that is it a real chore and task to get the CD and lyrics booklet in and out of the packaging. My large fingers struggle to extract the dis and booklet from the thick cardboard sleeve.
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Alfie conn
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Sumptuous
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on February 5, 2021
I have listened to this album on Spotify since its release and have loved it, my personal best album of 2020 and received the vynyl copy today and have to say its 10 times better played through my hi fi system, the package is top quality 2x discs ,beautiful artwork thick...See more
I have listened to this album on Spotify since its release and have loved it, my personal best album of 2020 and received the vynyl copy today and have to say its 10 times better played through my hi fi system, the package is top quality 2x discs ,beautiful artwork thick card sleeves and decent quality inner sleeves , great pressing , if you love this band and love vynyl do not hesitate to get this album
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Outastace
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Sheer bliss, pure and simple
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on February 10, 2021
Fleet Foxes’ fourth album sees the indie-folk Seattle group producing its most accomplished and satisfying release since its debut in 2008, a self-titled album that distilled influences from English folk denizens Fairport Convention, American country rock and chart giants...See more
Fleet Foxes’ fourth album sees the indie-folk Seattle group producing its most accomplished and satisfying release since its debut in 2008, a self-titled album that distilled influences from English folk denizens Fairport Convention, American country rock and chart giants the Beach Boys, virtually creating a genre of its own. Shore is a luscious, widespread production, drenched in trademark multi-layered harmonies and finessed with cleverly inserted touches of piano, synthesiser and - to great effect - subtle brass. Following on from Crack Up, which successfully channelled prog rock with off-kilter production techniques, Shore is the rich culmination of Fleet Foxes’ 12 years as recording artists, taking elements from its predecessors and merging them into a glorious, exhilarating whole. At times Robin Pecknold’s harmonies induce a state of bliss as instrumentation and voice and merge beautifully. There are few finer albums around at the moment and Fleet Foxes deserve all the plaudits coming to them. For fans, Shore is a must buy.
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Mr. Peter M. Bond
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Worth taking the time in repeat plays for the songs to register
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on April 5, 2021
I have played this album repeatedly and now eventually the splendor of the songs is sinking in. The musicianship is up there, the harmonies and intrical arrangements of instrumental parts - but unlike Sun Giant Ep, debut album and Helplessness Blues, where the songs are...See more
I have played this album repeatedly and now eventually the splendor of the songs is sinking in. The musicianship is up there, the harmonies and intrical arrangements of instrumental parts - but unlike Sun Giant Ep, debut album and Helplessness Blues, where the songs are very memorable quite quickly, these tracks took more time for me - however, worth the wait, hence since edited my review from what I originally wrote.
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Superwolf
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Welcome to 2021
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on February 24, 2021
It’s been a while, so firstly welcome back. The album starts off beautifully and builds into an extraordinary crescendo. But sadly this momentum starts to fade on later tracks that are just not as memorable. I’ve not given up on them yet though, they may need time to grown...See more
It’s been a while, so firstly welcome back. The album starts off beautifully and builds into an extraordinary crescendo. But sadly this momentum starts to fade on later tracks that are just not as memorable. I’ve not given up on them yet though, they may need time to grown on me. And thankfully I have plenty of time to continue listening to this album
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