Fleet Foxes have launched ‘A Sky Like I’ve By no means Seen’, an authentic music written for the Amazon Studios documentary Wildcat. The music was recorded in Amsterdam and New York Metropolis and options singing and guitar contributions from Brazilian musician Tim Bernardes. Take heed to it under.
Directed by Melissa Lesh and Trevor Beck Frost, Wildcat “follows the emotional and provoking story of a younger veteran (Harry Turner) on a journey into the Amazon,” per a press launch. “There, he meets a younger girl (Samantha Zwicker) operating a wildlife rescue and rehabilitation middle, and his life finds new which means as he’s entrusted with the care of an orphaned child ocelot.”
Commenting on ‘A Sky Like I’ve By no means Seen’, Fleet Foxes’ Robin Pecknold stated: “I used to be impressed by how the movie employed unconventional means to reach at one thing universally shifting, and was struck by all of the collisions inherent within the movie’s conceit — between species, between hemispheres, between people, between the psychological and the pure. In resort rooms and in borrowed studios, on time stolen from a world tour, I put this music collectively. It was an honor to be requested to make a music that might function an end-cap to this distinctive and affecting story and to collaborate with Tim once more.”
Wildcat arrives in theaters on December 21 and globally on Prime Video on December 30.
Fleet Foxes’ most up-to-date album was 2020’s Shore. On November 15, Fleet Foxes will launch Wading in Waist-Excessive Water: The Lyrics of Fleet Foxes by way of Tin Home, a ebook containing Pecknold’s full lyrics together with notes on his artistic course of and inspirations, with an introduction by novelist Brandon Taylor.