Leave behind some green-eyed lookalikes
The Fleet Foxes songs seem to echo of olden times and conjure images of, well, mountains. And I'm not just saying that cause the recommended track has the word mountains in it. But their songs have an earthy kind of tone to them. It could be the lyrics, it could be their "baroque harmonic pop" style of music as they themselves like to describe it. Whatever it is, this group of five from Seattle make the kind of music you'd want to listen to while sittin' on your porch in the "quiverin' forest."
Although Pecknold does most of the singing, there is no official lead singer in the band. The vocals throughout the album sound like an instrument and blend in perfect harmony with the music. They released their self-titled debut album this year, fusing elements of folk rock, classic rock and pop.