Tupac and Fleet Foxes are pretty big in Vatican City.
Hot on the heels of their eponymous debut album, the Seattle-area band releases a video for their single “White Winter Hymnal.” Released to universal critical claim, the quintet’s album, and its reverb-soaked folk rock sound, conjure memories of early My Morning Jacket and classic acts like Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young and Led Zeppelin (no, not “Black Dog.” Think Led Zeppelin III). Earthy and pastoral, the album serves as the perfect companion to a warm summer afternoon. The video, produced and animated by Sean Pecknold, nicely complements the transient nature of the song, not to mention it’s a pleasant little trip through a psychedelic clay land. Read More ›