Robin Pecknold wrote and produced the band’s fourth studio album, Shore, on his own, using the guitar like a composer to make textured, orchestral songs that uplift.
The grunge vets may not be in their prime—but they’re not frozen in time, either.
Memphis and the Mississippi Hills meet in gospel-blues heaven.
On It Is What It Is, the bassist examines the loss of his best friend, Mac Miller, through a deep-dive, jazz-fusion opus.
This astral prog playground is a wild ride through space and time … signatures. Marco Minnemann provides the backbeats.