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A Study In Time Travel Teaser
Executive Producer: Harry Calbom
Producer: Jill Mcbride, McKenna Turner
Director: Sean Pecknold, Director of Photography: Zia Mohajerjasbi
Music by: Robin Pecknold & Neal Morgan

WATCH more :: “A Nice Day For A Walk To The End,” a sort of fictional documentary about a guy who quits his job in the Internet and moves to Berlin to start a video series about the meaning of life then unfortunately gets trapped in his own mind. 


from Sean Pecknold


The Shrine / An Argument
Director: Sean Pecknold / Animators: Sean Pecknold & Britta Johnson
Character Illustrations: Stacey Rozich / Art Assistant: Natalie Jenkins
Producer: Aaron Ball / Story: Sean Pecknold / Made in Portland, Oregon

This is a new stop-motion music video directed by Sean Pecknold, for ‘The Shrine / An Argument’ from the Fleet Foxes‘ latest album “Helplessness Blues” (Bella Union / Sub Pop, 2011).


Robin Pecknold (Fleet Foxes) & Alela Diane – These Days
Live @ Teatro Smeraldo, Milano 20-11-2011 (via)

‘These Days’ is a song written by Jackson Browne and principally recorded by Nico, Gregg Allman, and Browne himself in three distinctly different musical styles… read more on Wiki.

Robin Pecknold – Where Is My Wild Rose (Chris Thompson cover)

Robin Pecknold – I’m Losing Myself (Featuring Ed Droste)

Robin Pecknold – Derwentwater Stones

“So, I recorded three acoustic songs a couple weeks ago in LA with my friend Noah. One is a duet with my friend Ed Droste from the amazing band Grizzly Bear, one is just a new solo jam, and one is a cover. “   Robin Pecknold on Twitter

‘Where Is My Wild Rose’ was originally appeared on Chris Thompson‘s self-titled debut solo album (Village Thing/1973, reissued from Sunbeam/2010)

Download the tracks, here.

Fleet Foxes “Helplessness Blues
(out 5/1 on Sub Pop)

by The Voice Project

Billy Bragg » Joanna Newsom
‘On a Good Day’ (from “Have One On Me“)

This one’s kind of a great story; the ladies in Uganda had covered Joe Purdy‘s “Suitcase,” then Joe covered REM, and then Mike Mills did Billy’s “Sing Their Souls Back Home.” Shortly afterwards Mike saw Billy at SXSW, told him he had covered his song and gave him the whole story ……  The Voice Project

Here, one more ‘On a Good Day’ cover by Robin Pecknold (of Fleet Foxes).