Artist info

Genre

Punk, Rock


Sounds like

...And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead, Brand New, Biffy Clyro, Cloud Nothings, Japandroids, Touche Amore, Kate Bush


band members

Rowan Mount / Griffin Farley / Joshua Calligeros


Influences

Present, Future, Past


Bio

Despite five years of covalent bonding with one another since their fabled encounter at an Anthropophobiacs Anonymous meeting in South-West North Korea; Sincerely, Grizzly still have no idea who they are or what they are doing, but it seems to be working for them.

Somehow the self-proclaimed literature rock trio have managed to tour the country with the band from which everything they do is derived, …And You Will Know Us By The Trail of Dead, supported the likes of Japandroids, Cloud Nothings, Bob Mould and The Presidents of the United States of America, as well as play the Laneway (courtesy of being Unearthed by Triple J), Big Day Out and Bigsound festivals.

The myriad of shows and tours however have come at the expense of releases. With only a couple of singles and an EP to their name, the band has lacked a body of work which accurately and comprehensively represents their strange and conflicting nature.

The release of their debut album, Halves, now seeks to rectify this. Created over two meticulous years by Jez Giddings at Hot House, mixed in part by the former and in part by Brad Wood (Sunny Day Real Estate, Smashing Pumpkins, Placebo), the album is the bands’ attempt to understand and define black and white. And Grey.

Rather than write anymore about it, please just listen to it.

Thank you.

Unearthed in 2013

Laneway Festival

09 Dec 2012

Winner

Sincerely, Grizzly

Sincerely, Grizzly

Congratulations to our 2013 Laneway Festival winners!

These 5 lucky acts will be taking the stage at Laneway 2013 in their city. Congrats guys!

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Review

Review by Corynne Tait Corynne Tait

26 Nov 2014

Triple J
30

Firstly I must commend you on the amazing title of this track! Pretty sure I heard Lewis play this today and it caught my attention. Solid stuff.

Firstly I must commend you on the amazing title of this track! Pretty sure I heard Lewis play this today and it caught my attention. Solid stuff.

Review

Review by Chris Scaddan Chris Scaddan

08 Mar 2014

Triple J
30

Great guitar sounds in this long rock track that keeps getting heavier and more harsh, then ends in ragged melody. Tension and release in equal measures. Stick with it.

Great guitar sounds in this long rock track that keeps getting heavier and more harsh, then ends in ragged melody. Tension and release in equal measures. Stick with it.

Review

Reviewed by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby ...

27 Feb 2014

Triple J
50

I'd give it a star for every minute but our ratings only go up to 5.

I'd give it a star for every minute but our ratings only go up to 5.