Fleet Foxes will be performing in Singapore and Malaysia for the first time this January. The indie folk band from Seattle released their third studio album, Crack-Up, in June 2017.
Formed in Seattle, Washington, Fleet Foxes are Robin Pecknold, Skyler Skjelset, Casey Wescott, Christian Wargo and Morgan Henderson. They broke through in the scene and internationally with 2008’s self-titled debut. The followup Helplessness Blues (2011) was met with the same critical praise as its predecessor, debuting at No. 4 on the Billboard Top 200 and earning the band a Grammy nomination for Best Folk Album. After a hiatus, the guys returned this year with Crack-Up, featuring singles “Third of May/Ōdaigahara” and “Fool’s Errand”.
Ticket sales open on Oct 2nd, 10 am.
Fleet Foxes Live!
Malay, English, Mandarin, Tamil
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