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The wildly popular Fleet Foxes hit town for some benefit gigs behind their first album in six years, Crack-Up. If the first two singles from the effort, "Third of May / Ōdaigahara" and "Fools' Errand," are any indication, the Seattle outfit hasn't missed a beat. The band's warm pop-folk stylings, swirling around singer Robin Pecknold's haunting voice, will no doubt sound even more expansive under an open sky. Don't be surprised if you get lost in them.