This weekend brought a big night for indie-folk fans, as pro-shot performances recorded last year by two of the genre’s biggest stars finally saw the light of day: Performing for long-running PBS program Austin City Limits, Joanna Newsom and Fleet Foxes wooed the Texas crowd and beyond by revisiting cuts spanning their debuts up to the most recent records from both acts. Standouts include Newsom’s version of — one of the best songs of 2010 — “Good Intentions Paving Company” and earlier tune “Bridges and Balloons,” which put the impressive maturing of her voice over the years on display. Meanwhile, Robin Pecknold and friends’ stunning harmonies remain beautifully intact for their set. (Keep an eye out for drummer/multi-instrumentalist J. Tillman, who recently announced his departure from the group, as this just might be your last chance to catch him backing up Pecknold and the boys for a while.) Enjoy Fleet Foxes’ 20-minute portion below while Newsom’s televised set is here.