Grizzly Bear Share Surreal “Losing All Sense” Video Starring Busy Philipps

Painted Ruins Out Now via RCA

Sep 28, 2017
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Grizzly Bear released a new album, Painted Ruins, last month via RCA. It was our Album of the Week and the band is on the cover of our current print issue. Now they have shared a video for "Losing All Sense." Cody Critcheloe directed the surreal clip, which stars actress Busy Philipps (Freaks and Geeks, Cougar Town, Vice Principals) and trans actress Aunt Freckle. Philipps shows up to a restaurant soaking wet and seemingly to a reality TV scene. Meanwhile Freckle is a lounge singer performing the song, with accompaniment from Grizzly Bear singer Ed Droste on piano. Things get weirder when Philipps climbs into her bowl of blue soup. Watch it below, followed by the band's upcoming tour dates.

Previously they have shared four tracks from the album, "Three Rings," "Mourning Sound," "Four Cypresses," and "Neighbors" (the latter via a video), as well as a striking music video for "Mourning Sound."

Pick up Under the Radar's current print issue (Summer 2017/Issue 61) to read our new in-depth cover story interview with Grizzly Bear on Painted Ruins.

Read our Album of the Week post on Painted Ruins.

Read our review of Painted Ruins.

Grizzly Bear were formerly a New York band, but three members (Chris Bear, Ed Droste, and Chris Taylor) now live in Los Angeles, with Daniel Rossen living in Santa Fe, NM. The band spent two years writing and recording Painted Ruins. Taylor produced the album, which was recorded at Allaire Studios in upstate New York, and at several locations around Los Angeles, including Taylor's own Terrible Studios. Painted Ruins is the follow-up to 2012's Shields, and they have long been hinting at a new album, releasing various abstract teaser trailers for it.

Grizzly Bear Tour Dates:

Oct 4 - Dublin, IR - Vicar Street 
Oct 5 - Dublin, IE - Vicar Street 
Oct 6 - Manchester, UK - Albert Hall 
Oct 8 - Glasgow, UK - O2 ABC 
Oct 9 - London, UK - O2 Academy Brixton 
Oct 10 - Bexhill On The Sea, UK - Bexhill De La Warr Pavilion 
Oct 12 - Berlin, DE - Columbiahalle 
Oct 13 - Utrecht, NL - TivoliVredenburg 
Oct 14 - Brussels, BE - Ancienne Belgique 
Oct 16 - Paris, FR - L'Olympia 
Nov 1 - Boston, MA - House of Blues 
Nov 2 - Brooklyn, NY - Brooklyn Steel 
Nov 3 - Brooklyn, NY - Brooklyn Steel 
Nov 7 - Philadelphia, PA - The Fillmore 
Nov 8 - Washington, DC - The Anthem
Nov 9 - Knoxville, TN - The Mill & Mine 
Nov 10 - McDade, TX - Sound On Sound
Nov 12 - New Orleans, LA - Civic Theatre 
Nov 14 - Atlanta, GA - Tabernacle 
Nov 15 - Orlando, FL - House of Blues 
Nov 16 - Miami Beach, FL - The Fillmore 
Nov 18-19 - Mexico City, MX - Corona Capital
Nov 19 - Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez - Iztacalco, MX 
Nov 26 - Montreal, QC - Metropolis 
Nov 27 - Toronto, ON - Massey Hall 
Nov 28 - Royal Oak, MI - Royal Oak Music Theatre 
Dec 1 - St. Paul, MN - Palace Theatre 
Dec 3 - Denver, CO - Ogden Theatre 
Dec 7 - Vancouver, BC - Orpheum Theatre 
Dec 8 - Seattle, WA - Moore Theatre 
Dec 9 - Portland, OR - Roseland Theatre 
Dec 11 - San Francisco, CA - Warfield Theater 
Dec 12 - San Francisco, CA - Warfield Theater 
Dec 13 - Los Angeles, CA - The Wiltern
Dec 14 - Los Angeles, CA - The Wiltern

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