Somewhere Between

The new Grizzly Bird EP Somewhere Between is out now. We recorded it mostly live in just two days last August at The Famous Gold Watch Studios, Berlin. After the conceptually and emotionally heavy album Empathy, these songs show a more stripped down and lighter side of Grizzly Bird. It's our first release on vinyl, available on Bandcamp.



Camomile & Rusk

On Camomile & Rusk, Grizzly Bird join forces with Mone, who is also a member of The Famous Gold Watch Records collective. The video was made by Fruit Salat Films, with Merle Sibbel directing and cinematography by Mark Hunt and Nick Scholey.


The Lakes

Our new single The Lakes is out now! For this song, I had the idea for the video while still writing the song. It was a last minute inclusion on the EP Somewhere Between, written just before we entered the studio last August. I am so glad we recorded it. The video was filmed by our bass player Nils Wenzel, who also took the cover picture of the EP.




Interview on Mystic Sons

Mystic Sons took some time to interview me about my beginnings and inspirations and also wrote some nice words about The Drummer's Trauma. Read the feature here:

http://mysticsons.com/article/getting-know-grizzly-bird


The Basement Tales: Camomile & Rusk


 

The Basement Tales is a monthly video session at The Famous Gold Watch studio, filmed with just one camera and one mic. Or rather it was supposed to be monthly, but came to a stop thanks to the pandemic. But at the end of last year we managed to film a new episode, right in time to give you another preview of the upcoming Somewhere Between EP. This is Camomile & Rusk in its stripped down duet version with Mone.


The Drummer's Trauma


 

Our new single The Drummer's Trauma is released today, along with a glorious music video directed by Nick Scholey & Merle Sibbel. It's the first song of our forthcoming EP Somewhere Between. We started a crowdfunding campaign to finance the EP: https://www.startnext.com/en/grizzly-bird-2020

The Drummer's Trauma was recorded at The Famous Gold Watch by Cameron James Laing. The video stars many friends and musicians of the Berlin folk scene, including Michael Brinkworth as the annoying drummer.