Critical acclaim for Shore:

“Spectacular… Pecknold taps the talismanic power of mythic greatness… The vital spark that graced Fleet Foxes’ debut is back.” MOJO – 5  stars *****

“Exquisite songcraft… Fleet Foxes have returned to the innocence, beauty and sadness of their first album, albeit with the added weight of experience, and it is a joy to hear… This is a beautiful homecoming of an album, the perfect soundtrack to our enforced period of contemplation and stillness.” The Times – 5 stars ***** (Album of the Week)

“Soaring harmonies and jubilant, wide-open melodies… Pecknold has created another beautiful, immersive world for us to dive into… A soothing balm in uncertain times.” Uncut – 9/10

“A work of thematic heft and considerable beauty… Shore finds Pecknold standing on terra firma, looking out at the unknowable beyond, vowing to honour all that life has to offer.” The Observer – 4 stars **** (Artist of the Week)

“Sublime… His best work since the hugely popular self-titled debut, filled with hummable tunes yet also thought-provoking lyrics.” The Sun – 5 stars *****

“Written at a time of global trauma, these songs are elegant and full of warmth. In reminding us of the goodness that endures, they could be exactly what we need.” The i – 4 stars **** (Album of the Week)

“A restorative beauty… Shore is an album of gorgeously serene surfaces and supple details, moulded to the challenges of its time, with all the loving care required.” Record Collector – 4 stars **** (Album of the Month)

“A hauntingly beautiful album that grows in stature with every play.” Evening Standard – 4 stars ****

“An immaculate collection… Their finest and most assured set of songs yet.” Metro

“The songs are moments of utter relief in the midst of our uncertainty.” Sunday Times

“Fleet Foxes fourth album is their best since their debut… Warm, beautiful and life-affirming… Lovely stuff.” The Mirror

“The finest Fleet Foxes album to date and among the most soulful and stirring American records in aeons.” Rock’n’Reel – 5 stars *****

“A return to the spirit of their debut, with songs like ‘Sunblind’ and ‘Maestranza’ finding them rapt in light and grace… There is no disguising Robin Pecknold’s extraordinary gift for writing timeless songs.” Shindig – 4 stars ****

“Crisp and immersive, binding the band’s signature chamber pop with Fairport Convention-esque hues, Robin’s confessional vocals powering through.” DIY – 4 stars ****


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