Group Members Edward Droste- vocals, keyboard, omnicord, keyboard. Daniel Rossen-vocals, guitar, keyboards Chris Taylor- bass, backing vocals, various instruments, producer Christopher Bear- drums, backing vocals)
About 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. The band is one of the few non-electronic artists signed to Warp Records.
Singles "On a Neck, On a Spit" (August 21, 2006) "Knife" (May 21, 2007) "Live On KCRW" (April 18, 2009) "Two Weeks" (May 12, 2009) "While You Wait for the Others” (August 31, 2009) "Cheerleader" (2009)
Horn of plenty - 2004 Yellow house - 2006 Albums… Veckatimest - 2009 Friend - 2007 Sorry for the delay - 2006
Upcoming Events… Upcoming Shows 8 Mar 201020:00The SageGateshead9 Mar 201020:00[SOLD OUT] The Queen’s HallEdinburgh11 Mar 201020:00[SOLD OUT] Corn ExchangeBrighton12 Mar 201020:00Warwick Arts CentreCoventry 13 Mar 201020:00[SOLD OUT] RoundhouseLondon, London and South East 14 Mar 201020:00[SOLD OUT] RoundhouseLondon 16 Apr 201011:00CoachellaIndio, California 26 May 201021:00Coliseu dos RecreiosLisbon 27 May 201021:00Coliseu do PortoPorto
The Name "It was just like doing a little home project, and I thought "oh, this is fun, I’m just going to call this stuff Grizzly Bear…it was actually just a nickname for an old boyfriend of mine."
Collaborations and notable appearances In the summer of 2009 Jay-Z and Beyonce Knowles attended the band's show at East River State Park in New York City. Jay-Z praised the band as "incredible," claiming that "what the indie rock movement is doing right now is very inspiring" hoping that it would "push hip-hop to go even further." January 28, 2010 - The song "Foreground" was featured on an episode of Skins. February 7, 2010 - "Two Weeks" was featured in a Peugeot commercial. The band opened for Radiohead on the second leg of their North American tour of summer 2008. Radiohead guitarist Jonny Greenwood spoke of his love for Grizzly Bear, on stage, calling them his favourite band Veckatimest made many Top Album lists for 2009 (#1 Wall Street Journal, #4 Pitchfork, #6 New York Times, #8 Time)