04.04.11 by Jeff

Grown Ocean

“Grown Ocean” by Fleet Foxes. Directed by Sean Pecknold.

Fleet Foxes - Grown Ocean music video sean pecknold

Watch the video below!













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • CC

    I’m glad to see this up on BOOOOOOOM- beautiful song, beautiful video.

  • Joe

    Yeah! I cant wait for the new album. It’s great to see a local Seattle band become so famous internationally. One of the mothers of one of the members of Fleet Foxes is my librarian.

  • i heard the new album this week , and all i have to say is im a newly formed Fleet Foxes fan ! the Lyrics and the atmosphere of this album is really something special. this album really needs to be listened to on a WIDE scale !!





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