Grizzly Bear Set Release Date for Next Album and Premiere New Song, Announce Tour
Despite the absent album title, the group did dole out the tracklisting for the ten-song collection, as well as album opener "Sleeping Ute." You can hear the ultra-mathy, flamenco guitar-assisted psych trip down below.
Grizzly Bear clearly went on a rampage today, having also announced an expansive world tour schedule. The trip begins in late August out in the UK, but Canadian fans will get to check out the band once they get back to our side of the pond in the fall.
Montreal and Toronto will receive performances from the troupe on September 25 and 26, respectively, but West Coast heads will be treated to a two-night stand at Vancouver's Commodore Ballroom on October 6 and 7. You can check out the rest of the dates down below.
As-Yet-Untitled Grizzly Bear LP:
1. Sleeping Ute
2. Speak in Rounds
4. Yet Again
5. The Hunt
6. A Simple Answer
7. What's Wrong
9. Half Gate
10. Sun in Your Eyes
8/28 Cambridge, England - The Junction
8/29 Nottingham, England - Albert Hall
8/31 Stradbally, Ireland - Electric Picnic Festival
9/1 Salisbury, England - End of the Road Festival
9/16 Knoxville, TN - Tennessee Theater
9/17 Atlanta, GA - Tabernacle
9/18 Nashville, TN - Ryman Auditorium
9/20 Washington, DC - 9:30 Club
9/21 Washington, DC - 9:30 Club
9/22 Boston, MA - Orpheum Theater
9/23 Montreal, QC - Olympia
9/24 New York, NY - Radio City Music Hall
9/26 Toronto, ON - Massey Hall
9/28 Cincinnati, OH - MidPoint Music Festival
9/29 Champaign, IL - Pygmalion Music Festival
9/30 Chicago, IL - Riviera Theater
10/1 Minneapolis, MN - First Avenue
10/4 Portland, OR - Keller Auditorium
10/5 Seattle Washington - Paramount Theatre
10/6 Vancouver, BC - Commodore Ballroom
10/7 Vancouver, BC - Commodore Ballroom
10/9 Oakland, CA - Fox Theater
10/10 Los Angeles, CA - Greek Theater
10/17 Gateshead, England - The Sage Gateshead
10/18 Manchester, England - Academy
10/20 Glasgow, Scotland - Barrowlands
10/21 Coventry, England - Warwick Arts Centre
10/22 London, England - Brixton Academy
10/26 Oslo, Norway - Rockefeller
10/27 Stockholm, Sweden - Berns
10/28 Copenhagen, Denmark - Falconer
10/30 Hamburg, Germany - Uebel and Gefaehrlich
10/31 Berlin, Germany - Astra
11/2 Koln, Germany - Essigfabrik
11/1-3 Paris, France - Pitchfork Music Festival Paris
11/4 Brussels, Belgium - Ancienne Belgique
11/5 Amsterdam, Holland - Paradiso
11/20 Wellington, New Zealand - Opera House
11/21 Auckland, New Zealand - Bruce Mason
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