Fleet Foxes have finished recording their new album.
Frontman Robin Pecknold confirmed the news, writing on the band’s Facebook page today (September 16), Pecknold said the Seattle band are now due to fly to New York to begin mastering and mixing the as-yet-untitled record.
“Well, recording is done!” Pecknold wrote. “We are flying to New York tomorrow to mix and master the album and will have information about [the] release date and when you’ll get to hear a song or two soon. Geologically soon but soon.”
The new record is the follow-up to their 2008 debut.
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