Grizzly Bear
Yellow House

Warp Records

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A TAV Curator’s Pick.

Yellow House is the second studio album by American indie rock band Grizzly Bear, originally released in 2006 on Warp Records. Produced by bass guitarist and multi-instrumentalist Chris Taylor, the album's title refers to vocalist Ed Droste's mother's house where the majority of recording took place.

The album is the first to feature both Taylor and vocalist and guitarist Daniel Rossen, and received critical acclaim upon its release, significantly increasing the band's exposure. An EP, Friend, was released the following year featuring material recorded mostly during the same sessions. - Wiki

“Edward Droste follows his group's lo-fi debut Horn of Plenty by employing a fulltime band, moving to Warp, and expanding his ambition and sound. The result is a major step forward for the group, as well as one of the year's best records.” - Pitchfork

“On their second album (and Warp debut), Yellow House, Grizzly Bear takes a dramatic leap forward, delivering a collection of songs that sound awe-inspiringly huge and intimate at the same time. While the album is overall more polished and focused than their debut, nowhere is this (literally) clearer than in Yellow House's production. Though the artful lo-fi approach Grizzly Bear used on Horn of Plenty -- which sounded like it was recorded on tapes that had been moldering away in musty cupboards, or gradually dissolving underwater -- was extremely evocative in its own way, Yellow House's warmth, clarity, and symphonic depth gives Grizzly Bear's widescreen psychedelic folk-rock a timelessness that makes it seem even more dreamlike and unique. …

Yellow House is a beautiful album in its own right, and required listening not just for fans of Horn of Plenty, but for anyone who enjoys ambitious, creative music with an emotional undercurrent.”  - AllMusic

Item description:


Grizzly Bear


Yellow House


Warp Records


2 × Vinyl, LP, 45 RPM, Album, Repress, 180g



Release Date:

This reissue: 2012 | Original - 2006


Indie, Electronica, Rock


Folk Rock, Indie Rock, Psychedelic, Prog Rock

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