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This reunion won't see Fleet Foxes as they were in 2011, though—Josh Tillman has since left the band and gone solo as Father John Misty, his annoyingly ironic stage persona.Fleet Foxes will release Crack-Up June 16 on Nonesuch Records, which they've teased with its sprawling first single "Third of May / Ōdaigahara.” That's nearly a month after this Portland show, so unless they announce even earlier dates elsewhere in the US, our city might be the first to hear the new record live.Date Fact-Checker[Footage not found]People's tendency to stretch the truth (or outright lie) to impress a date is sent up when Kumail Nanjiani puts Fred Armisen through the ringer with a rigorous post-date fact check.Since Joanna Newsom’s first album, The Milk-Eyed Mender, came out in 2004, her music has been an ever-growing category unto itself for listeners around the world.Coy ‘whoops' are called out to greet the few old favourite Fleet Foxes' songs, sung in a striped back style, as Glasgow is stunned into politeness. In anticipation of the pitch-perfect Portland parody program's return, we've rounded up the show's 15 best sketches that skewer hipster life in all its glorious facets.Her albums are regularly found on "Best of the Year" and "Best of the Decade" lists.

Fittingly, the winning act is just a woman blowing on a row of feathers.

Cynical allusions to an affected and stilted presentation have proved difficult to shake off and prior performances, however good, have proved a test of patience. Yet it is difficult to pinpoint quite what had changed.

To a large extent this was the same Joanna Newsom that many have long-cherished.

Evidently, It’s not just music nerds like us (I’m assuming you’re one too if you’re reading this article) that revere Joanna Newsom with such high regard.

Opening the show in what comes across as a respectful act, Fleet Foxes’ Robin Pecknold lays bear his voice, accompanied simply by his own acoustic guitar.

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