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Grizzly Bear Confirmed For Harvest Festival 2012

Written by John Ritchie on June 6, 2012

New York based band Grizzly Bear are all but locked in for the Harvest Festival lineup after the band announced world tour dates earlier today that include shows in New Zealand on 20th and 21st of November. The tour dates were revealed shortly after the band announced their new album will be released on 18th September. The album name and details are yet to be released; however, you can listen to the first single Sleeping Ute below.


Update 14/06/2012: Harvest Festival 2012 Lineup is here


Harvest Festival will take place in Melbourne on 10th November before heading to Sydney on the 17th and winding up in Brisbane on the 18th. The fact that Grizzly Bear have announced the New Zealand dates but nothing for Australia can only mean one thing…Harvest 2012.

Yesterday promoter AJ Maddah ruled out rumoured acts Grimes, The xx, Foals and Hot Chip as contenders for the lineup. The official announcement is set for next week

Grizzly Bear confirmation

Grizzly Bear – Sleeping Ute (First song from new album)

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