Seattle indie-folk band Fleet Foxes will play the Wolverhampton Civic Hall on Friday November 24th.
The occasion will be the third time the band have played the venue, and the first time since 2011. The first time Fleet Foxes played the Civic Hall, in June 2009, was the night Michael Jackson died. An audience member shouted the news, leading to singer Robin Pecknold to bemusedly dedicate a song to the King of Pop.
The tour will also see Fleet Foxes play Manchester, London, Bexhill-On-Sea and Southampton, as well as a string of dates across Europe.
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The band released their third album, Crack-Up, in June. The release marked their first output since the 2011 album, Helplessness Blues. It is has been a busy few months since their return, with several festival appearances, including a headline slot at Latitude Festival, as well as a sizeable tour in the U.S.
Support on the night will be provided by Nick Hakim.
Tickets can be found below.
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