New music accompanied by a new music video. That is what Fleet Foxes has brought to us with the release of a video for “Fool’s Errand.” The video is shot on a beautiful location with water smashing against rocks in the background as a woman in black stands and stares at the camera. As the video continues, she begins to interpretative dance to the music giving viewers a new way to take in the music. It is very similar if not exactly the same as praise dancing. Filled with beautiful shot of the beach on a sunny day and beautiful night, the video is a perfect way to introduce new music to a fanbase that has been waiting.
June 16th, Fleet Foxes will release their third album Crack Up, recently group member Robin Peckhold posted a snippet of a new song titled “I Am All That I Need/Arroyo Seco/Thumbprint Scar,” on his Instagram account.
Active since 2006, Fleet Foxes formed in Seattle Washington and came in to a larger amount of success in 2008 with the release of their second EP Sun Giant.