Wide-eyed indie pop sensation Fleet Foxes offer a stunning video clip before their Australian visit.
The Seattle band burst through to prominence in 2008 with their self-titled debut, and cemented the hipster adoration with this year’s follow-up Helplessness Blues.
They head out to Australia for a an appearance at Falls Festival, Southbound, and a string of sideshows (including three Sydney Opera House appearances), at the very beginning of next year. Dates are here.
But before that, they’ve revealed a gorgeous new video clip for their two-parter ‘The Shrine/An Argument’, directed by lead Fox Robin Pecknold’s brother Sean.
It’s an eight-and-a-half-minute stunner, featuring mythical creatures created in papercut and shot in eerie glows.
Check it out below.