They've also confirmed the June release of their Crack-Up album...
Having already announced back to back Iveagh Gardens, Dublin shows on July 13 and 14, Fleet Foxes head to Cork Opera House on July 11 with tickets priced €40 going on sale on Friday April 7.
Dropping on June 16 is Crack-Up, the Seattle outfit's third album, which is trailed by the epic eight minute-plus 'Third of May/Ōdaigahara'. Pre-ordering from the Nonesuch Records store gets you an exclusive, limited-edition Hiroshi Hamaya print.
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