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Looking so good.
Some stunners in here
The bears are back in town!
It’s been five long years since Grizzly Bear released their last album, but now we’ve got a teaser that makes it seem that their next LP might not be that far away. In April last year the band declared that they’d begun working on the next record, but they’ve been conspicuously quiet since then. Now
“We are starting to record the new album next month with tons of songs”.
The frontman of US indie rockers Grizzly Bear, Ed Droste, has deleted his Twitter account after allegedly being abused by Taylor Swift fans who hit back at him when he criticised the singer online. After Swift brought out the likes of St Vincent and Beck at a recent show, Droste took to Twitter to share
Grizzly Bear guitarist and co-vocalist Daniel Rossen has announced a two-date Australian tour for February 2015. The multi-instrumentalist, who released his debut solo EP Silent Hour/Golden Mile in 2012, has spent much of 2014 touring his solo material, and is set to bring it to Sydney and Melbourne next year. Rossen began 2014 by taking
In the country for what were highly-awaited sets at Falls and Southbound, Brooklyn outfit Grizzly Bear are streaming their one-off debut performance at the Sydney Opera House via YouTube so fans and newcomers alike can experience their unique discography in this unique venue. “We fell in love with Australia on our first trip down there,
Chillwave distributors Grizzly Bear have announced plans to build on their 2012 release Shields with two subsequent releases Shields: Expanded and Shields: B-Sides. The band have unveiled the first unheard cut from the sessions, Listen And Wait which will be available on the Expanded version. Both additional releases have a street date of next Friday,
Grizzly Bear have thrown their name into the Falls Festival sideshow mix this morning, with the band now set to make their debut performance at the Sydney Opera House in January for a super special one-off performance. By the time the band’s 2012 album Shields had dropped, Grizzly Bear already spent a considerable amount of
Hot off the heels of the line up announcement for sister event Falls Festival 2013/2014, the roster for Western Australia’s Southbound is our hands, seeing most (but not all) of the Falls lineup making the journey across the country, including Vampire Weekend, MGMT and Grizzly Bear. Headliners The Roots sadly won’t be making the trip,
Vampire Weekend, Grizzly Bear, MGMT, The Roots, Violent Femmes and stacks more!
UPDATE: The Falls Festival 2013/2014 lineup has been announced – details here! The cats behind Falls Festival have announced via Facebook that the first lineup for the 2013 / 2014 event will be announced Monday, 12th August in the AM. The announcement will also come hand in hand with the first opportunity to win a
Grizzly Bear’s very own Ed Droste has revealed to his Instagram followers that the band will be heading Down Under around New Years Eve for shows that are yet to be announced. The news came amidst a series of photos Droste was sharing from his time in the picturesque Portuguese town of Porto, when in
I’m still recovering from the hypnotic, dream-like stupour that Grizzly Bear cast upon me over the weekend. Between the intricately vivid melodies, the gorgeous blend of ethereal vocals, the lush lighting, and the body warmth radiating from the sold-out crowd, I stood helplessly spellbound and in awe of the Brooklyn four-piece, who had the entire
Clearly a very musically occupied person, Daniel Rossen has dug deep into his personal back catalogue to find his most recent offering. The track, which never got named, found its way onto Rossen’s SoundCloud. The singer/songwriter, who features in both Grizzly Bear and Department of Eagles, labelled the song “too old to work on anymore