Grizzly Bear’s Chris Taylor set to release solo album in September

'Dreams Come True' is out on September 13

Grizzly Bear bassist Chris Taylor is set to release his debut solo album on September 13.

Currently operating under the name CANT, Taylor, who released his first solo single ‘Ghosts’ in 2009, will put out the ten track album on his own Terrible Records label imprint.

Details about the album are scarce, but Twin Shadow‘s George Lewis Jnr is known to have contributed to the album. Taylor produced Twin Shadow‘s debut album ‘Forget’ last year.


Grizzly Bear will be beginning the recording of their fourth studio album in the next few weeks. They have spent the last few months working on fresh material for the follow up to 2009’s ‘Veckatimest’.

The tracklisting for ‘Dreams Come True’ is as follows:

‘Too Late, Too Far’
‘The Edge’
‘She’s Found A Way Out’
‘Dreams Come True’
‘Rises Silent’


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