22 minute interview on Studio Q with Ed, Chris Taylor and Chris Bear
Ed Droste (and other musicians) speaks to Out Magazine
hilarious FPK After Dark interview with Ed and Daniel: throat singing, album vs live show experience, challenges of recording, and some track selections (“My Boo”, “Right Down the Line”, “Hit Em Wit Da Hee”…)
Triple J interviews Ed Droste on their morning show: new album, sassiness, crowd surfing and Ed reading the weather of Ghost Town DJ’s “My Boo”
VMan Magazines gets an oral history of Grizzly Bear from Ed Droste. Photography by Josh Olins. Read (here).
Ed Droste & Daniel Rossen talk with Pop10 about creating the video for “Yet Again” and recording Shields.
Grizzly Bear perform acoustic versions of “Half Gate” and “Yet Again” in Studio Q
“Not Coming Back” - Daniel Rossen
This one is from January 2011 around the same time as a few of the EP songs. it’s not exactly finished, the lyric is rough, but I still enjoy what it is and eventually this song lead to other tunes on the EP and on Shields that I’m happy with. It’s a wintery New York song to me, it reminds me of home. And at this particular moment I miss home, and I feel like I should be there after all that’s happened recently. So there it is.
“fun glovebox find today” circa 2006(?) (via esqdavidjacobs)
Grizzly Bear in Hong Kong via @twheat
Patrick Wolf & Grizzly Bear
flashback to 2007 yall!
Grizzly Bear by Tom Spray
View more live photographs from the band’s Pitchfork Paris performance (here).
Now you can finally watch AUX Magazine featured interviews with Chris Bear & Taylor
“Looking forward to getting mauled.” via @yoonion
“Smiles all around” - via @creamofgold from Pitchfork Paris.