Grizzly Bear unveil full details of their new album and announce UK tour - ticket details

Band also unveil their new LP's opening track 'Sleeping Ute'

Grizzly Bear unveil full details of their new album and announce UK tour - ticket details

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Grizzly Bear have revealed that they will release their new album in September.

The Brooklyn indie band will release the album, which doesn't have a title as yet, on Warp Recordings on September 17. It is the fourth record of their career to date.

The band have also unveiled the album's opening track 'Sleeping Ute', which you can hear by scrolling down to the bottom of the page and clicking.

The album is the follow-up to their 2009 effort 'Veckatimest' and comes after a number of the band's members took time out from to pursue solo projects.

The tracklisting for the as yet untitled album is as follows:

'Sleeping Ute'
'Speak In Rounds'
'Adelma'
'Yet Again'
'The Hunt'
'A Simple Answer'
'What's Wrong'
'Gun-shy'
'Half Gate'
'Sun In Your Eyes'


Grizzly Bear will tour the UK in support of the album in the autumn, with dates booked in both August and October.

They will first play shows in Cambridge and Nottingham in August ahead of their co-headline slot at this year's End Of The Road Festival. They will then return to play gigs in Gateshead, Manchester, Glasgow, Warwick and London in October.

Grizzly Bear will play:

Cambridge Junction (August 28)
Nottingham Royal Concert Hall (29)
Gateshead Sage Theatre (October 17)
Manchester Academy (18)
Glasgow Barrowlands (20)
Warwick Arts Centre (21)
O2 Academy Brixton (22)


To check the availability of Grizzly Bear tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.


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