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Happy 28th birthday, Robin! Love from FY!FF.
(Photo via Stereogum)

Happy 28th birthday, Robin! Love from FY!FF.

(Photo via Stereogum)

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Morgan Henderson of Fleet Foxes, Blood Brothers, and others talks his creative process, the creation of Helplessness Blues, and solo projects.

(Submitted by Martin Schmidler)

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Robin performing “Corduroy” on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon with Daniel Rossen and Neal Morgan as a part of Pearl Jam week - his first TV appearance in over two years!

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If you watch Late Night with Jimmy Fallon tonight, you may see a familiar face playing some Pearl Jam…

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Robin’s older brother Sean (an extremely talented filmmaker - he’s the man responsible for all of Fleet Foxes’ music videos), along with Matt Daniels, is currently producing a film called The Internet - A Blog Cats WTF Universe. Robin will be scoring the film for Sean and Matt. They’ve shot the live action portions, but they need funds to complete the project - to pay Robin for his time and talent, for an animator to do some sequences, and for some music rights.

They’ve set up a Kickstarter to help them raise the $15,000 they need to complete the film. They’ve already raised about $3,000, though! If you can contribute anything to the film, I’m sure that everyone involved would be super pleased. Plus, everyone who donates to the project will receive an advance downloadable copy of the film to enjoy before anyone else.

So even if it’s just $1, please contribute what you can to help make this amazing film a reality.

(To view a trailer, and summary, of the film, just visit the Kickstarter link above.)

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From the Fleet Foxes Facebook page…

Well hi there! We are thrilled to announce that the music video for THE SHRINE/AN ARGUMENT, directed by Sean Pecknold, made the shortlist for the Vimeo Awards!

Voting is open to the public until April 30th….you can vote once each day. The link below will take you to the Music Video category. We would love your support! Go Sean!

XO”

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Submission from oscarwildewasalonelychild: “Unnamed song Robin performed a few times during his tour with Joanna Newsom.”

(Admin Note: I think I remember hearing somewhere (on Twitter possibly?) that this was called “White Lace, Regretfully”.)

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Some Randomly Scattered Moments by Sean Pecknold

A beautifully crafted behind-the-scenes look at the making of the video for The Shrine / An Argument.

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Happy 26th birthday to the one and only Robin Pecknold! Lots of love from FY!FF.

Happy 26th birthday to the one and only Robin Pecknold! Lots of love from FY!FF.