Grizzly Bear have jumped in today’s exhausting new music pile-up with a new tune:
Already posted on Sean’s thread, but this is really good and I wasn’t all that hyped for new Grizzle Bizzle before.
Great to hear new material from them. Love the moody bass riff and Ed’s soaring vocals!
The song is great. Really looking forward to the album.
Touring in October
Oct 05 - Dublin, Vicar Street
Oct 06 - Manchester, Albert Hall
Oct 08 - Glasgow, ABC
Oct 09 - London, Brixton Academy
Another new track:
Love the militaristic drumming on this one!
This is just great. I love this band.
Properly shaping up to be AOTY material all this. Love how the tunes are dense and yet light and effortless.
this is bloody lovely. The drumming on the tracks so far has been
I love how Grizzly Bear retain so much of their ‘traditional’ sound but reinvent it in small ways.
Yeah, this album is shaping up to be a real treat.
I can also totally see these songs all fitting together really well, they have previous form for sequencing albums brilliantly so this should be no different.
gonna wait for the album - not gonna spoil any tunes. I was/am obsessed with Shields.
Wow this is so much cheaper than the Brixton show! That weekend is insanely stacked for me now, Justice on Friday, Phoenix on Saturday and this on Sunday.
Rough Trade show too:
Going to this. The London gig is silly money. How does it work? Bought the album + ticket thing… does that guarantee entry or is it first come first served?
- “Easier” Rossen 3:43
- “Lullabye” Droste/Rossen 5:14
- “Knife” Droste 5:14
- “Central and Remote” Droste 4:54
- “Little Brother” (lyrics by Fred Nicolaus) Rossen 6:24
- “Plans” Droste 4:16
- “Marla” (co-written by Marla Forbes) Droste 4:56
- “On a Neck, On a Spit” Rossen 5:46
- “Reprise” Rossen 3:19
- “Colorado” Droste 6:14
Aha brilliant! Think we should probably highlight that it’s NSFW though…
Dead excited for Friday’s release now! What have you made of the singles Severed?
Well it’s pretty clear from the preview but sure ha
I just finished reviewing the whole album, but thanks for asking. It’s very good!