But here's something you might not be aware of: Tonight at 8:30 p.m., NPR is live-webcasting a full Fleet Foxes show from Stubb's Barbecue in Austin.
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It's definitely a must-stop for fans who won't be able to catch them tomorrow at the Palladium Ballroom. And maybe even those who are planning on doing so; certainly, it'll be a nice primer for tomorrow night.
Fans who've already seen the Foxes live will probably agree: The band is a much better experience when seen up close and personal. The harmonies explode (see drummer J. Tillman's incredible voice) and the band's sound is impossibly succinct and bright.
To prove this point, we've culled our favorite live videos across the YouTubes -- including some cuts from their newest album Helplessness Blues -- and posted them after the jump Enjoy.
Arguably the coolest live-session blog on the planet films Fleet Foxes in a reverb-heavy church. In Paris.
A subdued, brilliant performance of "Mykonos" from Abbey Road in 2009.
Alone in Germany playing "Oliver James?" Sold.
The always great production values of Jools Holland, plus Fleet Foxes' closing track off Helplessness Blues.
The best track from their new album combined with the best track from their first album.
With friends Blitzen Trapper hiding on stage (with added percussion), the chorus of "Blue Ridge" Mountains" is explosive.