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Published: 2012/06/05

Grizzly Bear Confirm New Album Details

Grizzly Bear’s newest track

Grizzly Bear will release their first album in three years on September 18 via Warp Records. Recorded over the better part of a year, the album is said to “represent the band’s most charged and concise collection of music to date.” The experimental indie group has not released a proper studio album since their 2009 commercial breakthrough Veckatimest. The album title and other details will be revealed in the coming weeks.

Grizzly Bear will support their new album with a massive tour scheduled to kick off in Knoxville, TN on September 16. Of particular note, the tour will include Grizzly Bear’s biggest hometown show to date, a September 24 stop at New York’s Radio City Music Hall in NYC.

Here’s a look at the new album’s tracks

1. Sleeping Ute
2. Speak In Rounds
3. Adelma
4. Yet Again
5. The Hunt
6. A Simple Answer
7. What’s Wrong
8. gun-shy
9. Half Gate
10. Sun In Your Eyes

Here’s a look at Grizzly Bear’s upcoming tour

8/28 Cambridge, UK—The Junction
8/29 Nottingham, UK—Albert Hall
8/31 Stradbally, Ireland—Electric Picnic Festival
9/1 Salisbury, UK—End of the Road Festival at Larmer Tree Gardens
9/16 Knoxville, TN—Tennessee Theater
9/17 Atlanta, GA—tabernacle
9/18 Nashville, TN—Ryman Auditorium
9/20 Washington, DC—9:30 Club
9/21 Washington, DC—9:30 Club
9/22 Boston, Ma—Orpheum Theater
9/24 New York, NY—Radio City Music Hall
9/25 Montreal, QC—Olympia
9/26 Toronto, ON—Massey Hall
9/28 Cincinnati, OH—MidPoint Music Festival
9/29 Champaign, IL—Pygmalion Music Festival
9/30 Chicago, IL—Riviera Theater
10/1 Minneapolis, MN—First Avenue
10/4 Seattle Washington—Paramount Theatre
10/5 Portland, OR—Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall
10/6 Vancouver, BC—Commodore Ballroom
10/7 Vancouver, BC—Commodore Ballroom
10/8 Oakland, CA—Fox Theater
10/10 Los Angeles, CA—Greek Theater
10/17 Gateshead, UK—The Sage Gateshead
10/18 Manchester, UK—Academy
10/20 Glasgow, UK—Barrowlands
10/21 Coventry, UK—Warwick Arts Centre
10/22 London, UK—Brixton Academy
10/26 Oslo, Norway—Rockefeller
10/27 Stockholm, Sweden—Berns
10/28 Copenhagen, Denmark—Falconer
10/30 Hamburg, Germany—Uebel and Gefaehrlich
10/31 Berlin, Germany—Astra
11/2 Koln, Germany—Essigfabrik
11/13 Paris, France—Pitchfork Festival
11/4 Brussels, Belgium—Ancienne Belgique
11/5 Amsterdam, Holland—Paradiso
11/20 Wellington, New Zealand—Opera House
11/21 Auckland, New Zealand—Bruce Mason

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