Although their hiatus only lasted about three years, the last full-length offering we had from Seattle-based indie folk collective Fleet Foxes can be traced back to the first Obama era -- Helplessness Blues came out in 2011.

All is forgiven though, as their highly-anticipated third album Crack-Up is streaming in full ahead of its release next week. Throughout its eleven tracks, Fleet Foxes consolidate their well-deserved place amongst the reinventors of the folk classic, picking up on where giants such as Crosby Stills & Nash left off while adding an extra 21st-century level to the equation.

Crack-Up is out on June 16th via Nonesuch Records.