Grizzly Bear announce new album and tour plans

2012-03-13 by camerongoodwin | 16 Comments
Grizzly Bear leader Ed Droste has announced on Twitter that “the good news is: we will
release a new album this year and tour the US, Europe AND Australia.”
[A]http://www.fasterlouder.com.au/news/local/31854/Grizzly-Bear-announce-Australian-tour-
plans[/A]

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Deviant.
Staff Reviewer
March 13th 2012
32190 Comments


Really don't see the need for the question mark when he's pretty much explicitly confirmed it

klap
Staff Reviewer
March 13th 2012
11246 Comments


i am ron burgundy?

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Deviant.
Staff Reviewer
March 13th 2012
32190 Comments


Haha

johnnyblaze
March 13th 2012
2711 Comments


they better release a new album this year.

SwayzeFaced
March 13th 2012
349 Comments


excitement!

SowingSeason
Moderator
March 13th 2012
20801 Comments


this is great news

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Jade
Staff Reviewer
March 14th 2012
10615 Comments


But what is the bad news, Grizzly Bear?

Steoandnoodles
March 14th 2012
2832 Comments


Yes! It's gonna be awesome. =)
Can't wait to hear some new material.

Steoandnoodles
March 14th 2012
2832 Comments


If it's better then any of Fleet Foxes' albums, I'll be a very happy man. =)
But you know for me that's hard to beat.

Steoandnoodles
March 14th 2012
2832 Comments


You know I don't agree with that. =P
And I've said it before; totally different bands for totally different listening moods.
I'd love to hear Robin Pecknold and Ed Droste collaborate again though. Their voices are so good together.

Steoandnoodles
March 14th 2012
2832 Comments


Fleet Foxes Bear isn't a band... silly. =D
No! I've been meaning to check out CANT but I never got around to it. Any good? Are there other side
projects from Grizzly Bear members?

I know the ex drummer of Fleet Foxes is working under the name Father John Misty and there is another
group member side project called Poor Moon but nothing from Pecknold yet.

lancebramsay
March 15th 2012
1585 Comments


I thought the grizzles were really popular in the indie community. where is sputnik at

ohfoxxxycole
March 15th 2012
4352 Comments


idk i only listened to vecklafdjmist and it was boring

Steoandnoodles
March 15th 2012
2832 Comments


Just checked out Department of Eagles - 'No One Does it Like You'. =)
I liked it, reminds me of the early 50's for some reason. I think it's the harmonies.
But yeah, Father John Misty is Josh Tillman who was the drummer for Fleet Foxes.

wacknizzle
March 21st 2012
14315 Comments


Yeah thats pretty much how i've been with veckatimest too, hope they bring back more of their low-fi sound from Yellow House and Horn of Plenty on the new album. Excited for this either way, I know it'll be good.

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ReadyForTheHouse
March 26th 2012
56 Comments


Loved their previous outing, sounded especially good on a summer's walk.



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