The indie outfit cleverly modified "The Knife"'s lyrics to ask a pertinent question: "Can't you feel the Bern?"
“Thanks so much to all of you that still care,” the band wrote. “We are ready to unleash a fresh album and hopefully under a fresh government!”
Aaron and Bryce Dessner enlisted members of Grizzly Bear, a youth chorus and an orchestra to tackle "Terrapin Station" for their 'Day of the Dead' tribute album.
We’ve already seen Brooklyn-based indie-rock greats Grizzly Bear perform on ‘Leno,’ ‘Letterman’ and ‘The Colbert Report,’ and now, they can add another TV appearance to the list. They took the stage of ‘The Ellen DeGeneres Show’ last month to play ‘Yet Again,’ and the clip surfaced today (May 24). Check it out above.
The lineup for Optimus Primavera Sound 2013 – set to take place from May 30-June 1 in Porto, Portugal’s Parque da Cidade – has been announced. Hosted by the same folks behind the Primavera Sound festival in Barcelona, the event will feature My Bloody Valentine, Grizzly Bear, Blur and many more.
Where does creativity come from? Director Kris Moyes tries to distill the drive to create down to its organic essence in Grizzly Bear's new video for 'Gun-Shy, the latest single off their 'Shields' album. "If the creativity of any living creature could be seen, what would it look like?" Moyes asked New York magazine last fall in reference to the clip, which he said was all about "extracting creativity."
A benefit for Hurricane Sandy at Terminal 5 in New York City last night brought together four bands -- Cults, the Antlers, Grizzly Bear and Sleigh Bells -- from all corners of indie rock, from the weepy to the loud. Even with the pall of the Connecticut school shootings cast over the concert, it turned out to be a powerful mix. Organizers announced several times that the sold-out show had raised more than $300,000, all going to the Mayor's Fund to Advance New York City, which continues to rebuild parts of the city devastated by Hurricane Sandy in October.
Grizzly Bear's Ed Droste seemed genuinely bummed by his band's recent Grammy nomination snub -- and rightfully so, considering all the praise their 'Sheilds' album has garnered -- but he's not letting it keep him down. Droste and the Bear boys hit the stage of 'The Late Show With David Letterman' last night (Dec. 12) to bust out 'Shields' single 'Yet Again,' and the tight performance may have given the Grammy noms committee pause. (Watch it below.)
Doesn't that crisp new copy of 'Shields' look strangely at home in the hands of Jay Leno as he holds up at while introducing Grizzly Bear? New York magazine cover stars and everybody's favorite rock alter boys (except ours, apparently) hit the 'The Tonight Show With Jay Leno' stage last night (Oct. 11) to perform 'Speak in Rounds,' an intricate number from 'Shields' that starts slow but quickly gains momentum and ultimately comes across sublimely on TV (or computer), with new touring keyboardist Aaron Arntz giving a little extra jolt of energy to the proceedings.