Fleet Foxes – Helplessness Blues live in Austin City Limits |HD|


  1. Merritt Singleton

    This was a supergroup and we didn't even know it. Love the new music, but damn, miss that Tillman voice

  2. Evan Drane

    It's funny to see this footage when Tillman was just a nobody pmuch. I love Father John Misty a lot but Fleet Foxes man… their songwriting is just so much better. I'm not sure how much influence he had in this band but I'm sure it was some

  3. drrjim

    To me this song has a serious feel of Simon and Garfunkel's Look for America, especially the second part..

  4. somuchkooleronline.

    It is as though we have taken a journey back in a time machine & listening to Crosby Stills Nash and Young and their particular sound and harmony.

  5. Ray Klish

    Are they struggling to keep a consistent tempo or am I hearing things?

  6. Kraven Cole

    I was raised up believing I was somehow unique
    Like a snowflake distinct among snowflakes, unique in each way you can see
    And now after some thinking, I'd say I'd rather be
    A functioning cog in some great machinery serving something beyond me….
    Just…. Beautiful….

  7. B Mac

    Heather Stewart- Have you written anything as good as this? Eh? The answer to that would be No…

    Me- I don't need to be Gordon Ramsey to eat a ham sandwich. Why do you have to be so negative?

  8. Elizabeth Stauffer

    I'm kind of glad that J. Decided to do his own thing and become Father John Misty because, although I love fleet foxes I enjoy Father John's voice and style of music a lot more.

  9. Kevin Zetina

    I love fleet foxes but the whole first part bugged me. I just didn't like how they kept slowing down a verse that has so much forward motion

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