As a band built on the authenticity of their background noises – the creak of rafter, the squeak of chair, the scuttle of woodlouse across glockenspiel – to be granted…

It’s a quiet, autumnal Sunday night at an old Regency theatre in Montreal and the crowd for Grizzly Bear is waiting, as you might expect, earnestly. The Brooklyn quartet’s new…

Jangly ’70s guitars are probably lovely to listen to if you’re in the actual ’70s, getting stoned in sunny California, but if you’re playing this in the car park queue…

It’s hard to maintain a sparkling mood at all times, especially when you’re a bear with a sore head. Brooklynites Grizzly Bear have always made music that doesn’t just dream…

The first taster from the Brooklyn experimentalists’ hotly-anticipated new album finds them playing to their strongest suit – cramming in myriad mind-boggling ideas while creating one focused whole by the…

Grizzly Bear // ATP 2009

It’s really like night and day, to be completely honest,” says chief Grizzly Bear Ed Droste, big sad dark eyes looking a little bewildered as he takes it all in…