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Something indescribably beautiful, oh wait…that was a description. harhar

This album is something serious. I can’t really say much about the progression of the band or its sound considering this is the first album of theirs that I’ve bought, but Yellow House is insanely original. It’s one of those albums that after you listen to the whole thing in its entirety you are just caught stunned. I honestly must have listened to this thing all the way through at least a dozen times in a row, which is probably not the healthiest thing to do, but it isn’t getting old at all. I just caught their tour dates, and I’m a bit upset that they won’t be playing anywhere in the south, but I guess that’s how it goes. Oh well, maybe I’ll pull a road trip or something to catch a show up north. Very inspiring album

One giant leap forward

Yellow House finds Grizzly Bear expanding their sound. It still retains some of what was offered on Horn of Plenty, but it is a much more "mature" record. It has more depth sonically and from a songwriting respect. The vocal arrangements bring to mind the Beach Boys in a weird way. I just hope this record doesn't get caught up in its own hype, because this really is a great record. Already indie naysayers are lining up to say how much they hate this record. Too bad some people can't get their heads out of the "scene" and just listen to good music. Lush, Beautiful and yes it has a folk angle. It sort of reminds of a modern day Incredible String Band too. Again don't get caught up in the genre labels and all that crap. JUST ENJOY.

best album 2006

i rarely buy music but i heard the first two songs while i was in a record store and i bought it immediately. that was probably 5 months ago, and i have listened to this album EVERY DAY since then, without execption. this music is a moving, haunting, seemingly Living thing; it creeps and soars and drones and builds and steps slowly. you will not regret buying this. for fans of Daniel Lanois 'Shine', Godspeed You Black Emperor, Radiohead 'Amnesiac', and Sigur Ros. 5/5

Biografía

Se formó en: 2002 en Brooklyn, NY

Género: Alternativa

Años de actividad: '00s, '10s

Grizzly Bear began as a home recording project for Boston-bred experimentalist Edward Droste, the son of an elementary school teacher, who laid the groundwork for the band's otherworldly debut album on a small hand-held tape recorder while holed up for 15 months in his Greenpoint, Brooklyn, apartment. His homespun D.I.Y. effort took on new life with the help of multi-instrumentalist Christopher Bear, a Chicago native who had worked in a diverse range of musical projects ranging from laptop electronica...
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