5 Grows - and grows and growsBolouswki | 28/05/2011 | See all Bolouswki's reviews (3)Not as immeadiately arresting as the first album, this one however seems to have more long term resonance and depth. Addressing universal existential themes about mans place in the world, it echoes biblical language and old time sensibilites while being more musically adventerous than their debut. Although it perhaps does not have the stand-out "favourites" that the first album presented to more casual listeners, it works better as a whole, creating a rich tapestry of both sound and stories that will provide another brick in what one would expect, will be Fleet Foxes lasting legacy. Absolutely stone-cold worth purchasing. A triumph.