FLEET FOXES release video for ‘Can I Believe You’ – Watch Now

Fleet Foxes
Photo Credit: Emily Johnston

Last month, on the Autumnal Equinox, Fleet Foxes surprised fans with the digital release of their fourth studio album Shore. Today, Fleet Foxes shared the video for “Can I Believe You” off of the album.

Frontman Robin Pecknold spoke about the track, saying “This song draws from the age-old folk tradition of headbangers about trust issues. The verse is the chorus, the chorus is a bridge, the bridge is a different song, it’s all backwards but that was what made it so fun to make. Please enjoy it!”

Sean Pecknold, who directed the video, said “With this film, I created an interpretation of what trust (or the uncertainty of it) feels like as two characters journey towards one another through a pulsating world. This film also reflects the frustration and lack of human connection brought to all of us during the pandemic of 2020. Our dedicated film crew worked hard to bring this to life and we hope you find metaphors in it you can relate to as you listen to music and watch the film. As always, Adi Goodrich and I loved bringing Robin’s songs to life with mesmerising visuals. This is the third part of a three-video FF trilogy starring Jade-Lorna Sullivan and Jean Charles.”

Watch the video for ‘Can I Believe You’ – BELOW:

Fleet Foxes also have today announced outdoor screenings of the film companion to the album, a 16 mm road movie of the same name by Kersti Jan Werdal that showcases the landscapes of the Pacific Northwest set to the score of the album was also released. The outdoor screenings, presented in part by YETI, will take place in Portland, LA, Brooklyn, Austin, Seattle and Chicago starting October 18. Tickets go on sale Thursday, October 8 at 10 AM local time and can be purchased here. See below for a full rundown.

Shore was recorded before and during quarantine in Hudson (NY), Paris, Los Angeles, Long Island City and New York City from September 2018 until September 2020 with the help of recording and production engineer Beatriz Artola. The fifteen songs, fifty-five minute Shore was initially inspired by Robin Pecknold’s musical heroes such as Arthur Russell, Nina Simone, Sam Cooke, Emahoy Tsegué-Maryam Guebrou and more who, in his experience, celebrated life in the face of death. “I see “shore” as a place of safety on the edge of something uncertain, staring at Whitman’s waves reciting ‘death,’” commented Pecknold. “Tempted by the adventure of the unknown at the same time you are relishing the comfort of the stable ground beneath you. This was the mindset I found, the fuel I found, for making this album.” Read the full artist statement HERE.

UPCOMING OUTDOOR FILM SCREENINGS:
10/18 – Rose City Rollers Drive-In – Portland, OR
10/18 – Ace Hotel – Los Angeles, CA
10/18 – Elsewhere – Brooklyn, NY
10/19 – Blue Starlite (Mueller) – Austin, TX
10/24 – Vasa Park Resort Drive-In – Seattle Area, WA
11/1 – The Drive-In At Lincoln Yards – Chicago, IL

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