Fleet Foxes’ Robin Pecknold to debut “all-new solo set” next year

He will support Joanna Newsom on tour

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Fleet Foxes’ Robin Pecknold will debut “an all-new solo set” when he supports Joanna Newsom on tour next year.

Writing on Facebook, Pecknold said, “Very excited / honored to say that I’ll be opening some dates for Joanna Newsom early next year, playing an all-new solo set. I’ll be on both the European and the West Coast legs of her tour, in late winter / early spring. Hope to see some of you guys out there! asdkljaslkfjalw;ekjwal;erjwerpiwuerpoiwueropialkj;kJ;lkwj;lkejrew

-Robin”

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Pecknold recently shared a cover of the Five Keys’ “Out Of Sight, Out Of Mind”.

Pecknold posted the song on the Fleet Foxes’ Facebook page to coincide with the Thanksgiving break in America.

Here’s Pecknold and Newsom’s European tour dates:

FEBRUARY
24 – BRUSSELS, Palais des Beaux-Arts
25 – HAMBURG, Kampnagel
27 – GRONINGEN, De Oosterpoort
28 – NIJMEGEN, Concertgebouw De Vereeniging

MARCH
01 – LIVERPOOL, Philharmonic Hall
02 – GLASGOW, Royal Concert Hall
03 – DUBLIN, Olympia

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