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The six-year wait is over.
Fleet Foxes' new album Crack-Up, their followup to 2011's Helplessness Blues, has arrived. After a preview stream on NPR, the full record has been released across all platforms.
Ringleader Robin Pecknold said in a recent interview that during the band's hiatus he enrolled at Columbia University and because there was no "spark," he wasn't inclined to record new music until last year.
The album, which includes the standout "If You Need To, Keep Time on Me," can be heard below.