Yester drummer Chris LeBlanc says the band makes “harmonically drenched folk.” Kyle Ollah plays guitar. Ned Netzel plays keys and synth. They all sing, and they do harmonize quite nicely. Comparisons can be stupid but here’s the thing: if Fleet Foxes songs were reworked to sound Duluth-sincere instead of epic and swooping, the result might be something close to what Yester does. For Homegrown, Yester will revamp some old songs, maybe including a few from their circa-2010 EP, play a few that were recorded a while ago at Sacred Heart for a 2018 full-length release, and introduce some new ones.