Fleet Foxes announce new album Ylajali

Posted On Dec 28 2016 by

Last month, Robin Pecknold told fans that he was “almost done” with a new Fleet Foxes album. A reddit user offered insight into the meaning of the album’s title:
“Ylajali is a fictional woman in Knut Hamsun’s novel Hunger from 1890. In the meantime, Fleet Foxes continue to build up their 2017 tour calendar, with many more dates still to be announced. Fleet Foxes 2017 Tour Dates:
06/29-07/02 – Vilanova i la Geltrú, ES @ Vida Festival
07/06-08 – Bilbao, ES @ Bilbao BBK Live
07/13 – Dublin, IE @ Iveagh Gardens
07/14 – Dublin, IE @ Iveagh Gardens The protagonist sees a woman on the street early in the novel. Additionally, the artwork seems to suggest the album will contain 11 tracks and be released through Nonesuch Records. Later, it is sometimes unclear what is dream and what is reality in scenes where Ylajali is involved.”
Pecknold has yet to confirm any of these details, but we can probably expect a formal announcement shortly. He decides to follow her and scare her and he imagines   her name is Ylajali. Now, it appears the record is finished. The artwork for   Ylajali   is   from an   1890 Norwegian novel called Hunger by Knut Hamsun. As Stereogum points out, Pecknold posted and quickly deleted a photo of the album — titled   Ylajali   — alongside the rest   of Fleet Foxes’ discography in his iTunes library.

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