Faith and above all, a dark room with closed curtains, empty whiskey glasses, broken records and a dead plant are enough to convince even you, enjoyer of life and expert on deep valleys. Grizzly Adams has something that some people describe as 'real', others as 'mad' and we as 'ingenious'. The songs, often (and not without reason) written from the view of a man who lost everything and found true love in return, are breath taking and won't let you go easily. Goddeau, the respected webmagazine from Flanders, called predecessor Boy Ler “the best thing in Dutch rockmusic since the 21st century”. (Evidence in Dutch: http://www.goddeau.com/content/view/4335/1/) We dare to bet all our shares that they will herald successor Grizzly Adams as the world saviors after the re-entry of kapitalism. Optimists as we are, we believe in a righteous world. One where the hall of fame containing Smog, Micah P.
Hinson and Nick Cave is not complete without Utrecht's finest. It's hard to accuse Grizzly Adams of being optimistic. Bandmembers Daniel Papen, Guido Bastiaanse en M. Loshi push the listener below the surface of subconciousness, more hypnotising and oppressing than the Old Testament. Air, light and hope are kind stylistic devices, only suitable for sweet boys and girls whose souls are still unblemished.
Grizzly Adams rather reports on a world where crackheads dream about forgiveness and where sorrow is since long traded for a better working substitute. From Boy Ler to Grizzly Adams is a logical and encouraging step forward for a band that analyses each step to the bone and the definitive shape of a song takes years of planing. The result: ingenious crafted songs still containing every bit of credibility and which will change your life! Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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