Post Malone and Fleet Foxes Robin Pecknold Play New MusicIn the wake of the recent Grammy awards‚ it's impossible to resist listening to the latest music by Fleet Foxes and Post Malone. While both artists are highly accomplished‚ their music has their own unique appeal. Here's a look at the best of the new crop. And don't forget to check out the latest album from Fleet Foxes' Robin Pecknold!
Robin PecknoldThis past Saturday‚ Post Malone previewed his new album‚ twelve carat toothache‚ during a Saturday Night Live performance. The young rapper brought Fleet Foxes' Robin Pecknold and Roddy Ricch to the stage‚ and the three performed songs from the record. Among the tracks performed was 'Cooped Up‚' a track off of Post Malone's upcoming album. Roddy Ricch had previously appeared on Saturday Night Live‚ and the two performed a duet of the same song. Post Malone made his Saturday Night Live debut‚ performing songs from his forthcoming album‚ Twelve carat toothache+. The group included Fleet Foxes' Robin Pecknold‚ who sang alongside the band's singer in a choir behind him. Two percussionists played taiko drums on either side of the singer‚ making for a moody performance. During his performance‚ Post Malone wore a full-length leather jacket and teamed it with his long hair. The new album also features a performance by the singer-songwriter's longtime friend‚ Fleet Foxes' Robin Pecknold. They played One Right Now‚ a track off of their new album. The singer-songwriter was recently seen in the studio with the band‚ and also made an appearance on SNL‚ accompanied by host Selena Gomez. While these are some of the artists on the album‚ Fleet Foxes and Post Malone are two of the most promising for future albums. Post Malone and Fleet Foxes' forthcoming albums are highly anticipated - a slew of new songs are sure to hit the shelves! Don't miss the chance to check them out in person. You'll be glad you did.
Post MaloneThe three-person collaborative is expected to hit the streaming service on June 3. The new single‚ Love/Hate Letter to Alcohol‚ features a duet between Post Malone and the Fleet Foxes. The song is from the band's forthcoming album Twelve Carat Toothache‚ and features the Weeknd on production. Fleet Foxes have also been supportive of Post Malone‚ recording a guest spot on the band's 2017 album Twelve Carat Toothache. Post Malone and Fleet Foxes' latest album‚ Twelve Carat Toothache‚ is due out June 3. The pair have performed together a couple of times before‚ and Pecknold said they nearly appeared on the band's next album. Robin Pecknold also mentioned that Post Malone was in the studio with the band in the spring of 2020 to record a duet. On Saturday Night Live‚ Post Malone made his Saturday Night Live debut performing songs from his recent album Twelve Carat Toothache. The pair also featured Fleet Foxes' Robin Pecknold‚ who sang in a choir behind Malone. Post Malone also performed a song from his recent EP‚ 'Cooped Up.' He wore a leather outfit from head to toe and was flanked by two taiko drum players. Both artists recently released albums that were met with mixed reviews. The Post Malone project has the most positive reviews‚ with critics praising 'The Hollywood's Bleeding' album. In addition‚ it was the first Post Malone album to feature The Weeknd. The 12-carat toothache is set to arrive in May and will feature a collaboration with The Weeknd.
Fleet FoxesKanye West recently released Donda‚ a new album that includes collaborations with a variety of artists‚ including Post Malone and Fleet Foxes RobinPecknold. Although Post Malone loves Fleet Foxes‚ it's not clear whether his new record will feature the acclaimed band. A video of a recent studio session between West and Pecknold was recently released by DJ Akademiks. The Love/Hate Letter to Alcohol single was also played on Saturday Night Live‚ featuring Post Malone and Fleet Foxes' Robin Pecknold. The song's chorus is indistinct‚ and the performance was accompanied by taiko drums. Post Malone's debut album‚ Twelve Carat Toothache‚ will be out on June 3‚ but there's no word yet on whether fans can expect a surprise guest appearance. The singer/songwriter has been a big fan of Fleet Foxes‚ and once tweeted that he loves their songs to the point of crying. The band has also appeared in SNL sketches‚ including one with host Selena Gomez. Whether the collaboration will happen on the album or not is still up in the air‚ but it's an exciting time to be a Post Malone fan. Saturday Night Live was the first time Post Malone made his debut on the show. The singer and Fleet Foxes' Robin Pecknold performed songs from his Twelve Carat Toothache album. The band formed a semi-circle around Post Malone and provided choral backing vocals for the performance. Saturday Night Live's 47th season will close with a Japanese Breakfast. On a recent episode of Saturday Night Live‚ Post Malone made his musical debut on the show. He performed two tracks off Twelve Carat Toothache‚ including Cooped Up with his remix partner Roddy Ricch. Ricch appeared half way through the performance. The song was the first single from Twelve Carat Toothache‚ and the song is a huge hit. In addition to Robin Pecknold and Doja Cat‚ Post Malone has also announced that he will release his new album‚ Twelve Carat Toothache‚ on June 3. The album will be his fourth studio album‚ following Hollywood's Bleeding‚ which was released in February. The album features the single One Right Now.
if you don't like flee foxes then fuck you — twelve carat toothache (@PostMalone) April 19, 2015