It’s a cryptic and beautiful tale of a tortured Mother Earth figure (dancer and actress Jade-Lorna Sullivan) communicating with four sets of triplets, who perhaps represent the unfeeling elemental forces…? The ending is low-key weird though – make of it what you will.
Crack-Up is the first Fleet Foxes album in six years, following 2011’s HelplessnessBlues. It’s due out June 16 via Warner, and is available to pre-order from JB now.
The band are also on tour with four shows at the Sydney Opera House this month (with scant tickets left); all the details are here.