Fleet Foxes #2 in UK

FOXES & HOUNDS: On the heels of ecstatic reviews, Fleet Foxes’ sophomore album Helplessness Blues, (on Bella Union over there), enters the U.K. chart at #2 with sales of 46,681. The American group was kept out of the top spot only by the mighty Adele. Exemplifying the press reception, the Daily Mail’s five-star review asserted that the harmony-laden new LP “retains all the bewitching hallmarks that made their debut so special, with added depth and variety… Helplessness Blues already sounds like the album that will propel Fleet Foxes to the kind of award-winning success enjoyed by Arcade Fire.” (5/9a)

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