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“Time Between” sounds like an obvious follow-up to The Beatles’ “Tomorrow Never Knows,” with its overriding drone using modern synths over a melody line that hews close to the original. Not that Jon Philpot was aiming for such a thing. The emphasis for this Brooklyn-based band is on following ideas where they take you and then refining them so others might find them interesting. Jason Nazary’s drums and percussion veer from dedicated motorik to vaguely jazzy, depending on the moment; Adam Willis’ guitars aren’t easily nailed down to a specific genre, unless avoiding blues-rock clichés is now a genre of its own. Songs such as “Autumn,” “If I Were to Lie,” and “They Dream” feature strong musicianship that carries through to the harmonies. Because the pop moves give way without warning to spacy moves and introspective weirdness, the songs retain an inner logic that demands repeated exposure. Such subtle, moody, and tuneful work deserves to be replayed, since it’s likely that listening closer will yield even greater results.

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Never really cared for old Bear in Heaven but this is frackin radical stuff. Enjoy it Hooray for earth and Yeasayer fans.

That stuff's gooey

Oh sweet nectar, flow down my ear canals and feed my brain......

Super rad and beautifully written.

I was on the Warpaint radio and They Dream came up and let's just say I just totally followed Bear In Heaven on Spotify. If I Were To Lie is currently my favorite track off the album, currently because I've only listened to half of the album. Super chill, dreamy, and most importantly, psychedelic songs. Honestly, I officially love this band.~ - Maria


Formed: 2002 in New York, NY [Brooklyn]

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

The initial seeds of Brooklyn-based Bear in Heaven were planted in 1998 as a way for Jon Philpot, who was then still living in his hometown of Atlanta, to express his musical ideas during the off hours of a local recording studio. After he moved to Brooklyn at the end of the decade, Philpot continued working on his music, which included the duo Presocratics, who released a couple of records on the experimental label Table of the Elements. During the next couple of years, as more friends and associates...
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