Grizzly Bear

Grizzly Bear



Grizzly Bear is an American rock band from Brooklyn, New York, formed in 2002. The band consists of Edward Droste (vocals, guitar, keyboards, omnichord), Daniel Rossen (vocals, guitar, banjo, keyboards), Chris Taylor (bass, backing vocals, various instruments, producer), and Christopher Bear (drums, backing vocals). The band employs traditional and electronic instruments. Their sound has been categorized as psychedelic pop, folk rock, and experimental, and is dominated by the use of vocal harmonies.

Their music is very heavily featured in the film Blue Valentine (2010), directed by Derek Cianfrance. It is also featured in the British TV series Skins (2008).



Spotify Singles
Spotify Singles is an album by musical group Grizzly Bear, released on November 1, 2017.
Spotify Singles
Spotify Singles is a song by musical group Grizzly Bear, released on November 1, 2017.
Painted Ruins
Painted Ruins is the fifth studio album by American indie rock band Grizzly Bear as the follow-up to their 2012 album Shields.
Neighbors is a song by musical group Grizzly Bear, released on July 21, 2017.

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Popular Albums13

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Grizzly Bear’s Ed Droste decries lack of “value” put on live music: “We’re on the verge of a drought”
  –  March 6, 2018
Last month, pop artist Grimes described the music industry as “trash.” Now, Grizzly Bear‘s Ed Droste has some fire of his own to spit. In an Instagram story posted to his personal account last night, Droste declared it “fucked,” then proceeded to ...
Grizzly Bear Frontman Says Band Is Losing Money “Despite Huge Crowds Down Under”
  –  March 6, 2018
Grizzly Bear frontman Ed Droste has said the band is “basically losing money” despite performing to “huge crowds down under”, as they kick off their 2018 Australian tour. Taking to his Instagram story on Monday, Droste described the music industry ...
Why Grizzly Bear Aren't Playing Perth On Aus Tour: 'We Are Losing Money'
  –  March 6, 2018
“I could go on forever but I won’t. Enjoy it while it lasts. I think we are about to enter a live music drought.” Tickets to Grizzly Bear’s Australian tour are on sale now; for more information, head to theGuide.
Grizzly Bear and Spoon Announce Spring 2018 Co-Headlining Tour Dates
  –  March 6, 2018
Streaming services changed the music industry in a way that benefits musicians who ... bands might end up actually losing money by going on tour. However, Grizzly Bear still plans to go on its American tour with Spoon, starting on March 23rd, in Houston ...
Spoon and Grizzly Bear join the 2018 concert season brewing at Surly
  –  March 5, 2018
Tickets for Spoon and Grizzly Bear go on sale Friday for $41 via ... there’s still no denying the appeal of outdoor summer concerts to Minnesota music fans. First Ave is trying to meet that demand with a proposed riverfront amphitheater in ...
US indie band Grizzly Bear have a new album Painted Ruins and are coming to Australia
  –  February 24, 2018
It takes a minute to sort of emerge from that and sort of readdress yourself as a human, and then it’s like, OK, yeah, let’s make some music again.” Bear says the time away from Grizzly Bear proved to be reinvigorating, and the band spent longer than ...
'You don't need to fight each other': How Grizzly Bear found their way back
  –  February 24, 2018
Successful music acts often obsess over momentum, trying to seem visible even when they have no real reason to do so. By disappearing for several years, Grizzly Bear missed the relegation of guitar music, as electronic music and hip-hop took precedence.


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