Sorry for the Delay
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|Sorry for the Delay|
|Released||April 9, 2006|
|Genre||Indie folk, indie rock, lo-fi, psychedelic folk, folk rock|
|Grizzly Bear chronology|
Sorry for the Delay is a limited-release EP by American indie rock band Grizzly Bear, released on April 9, 2006 on Audraglint. Described as "seven (early) songs of sad, lo-fi pop," the EP consists of material recorded by founding member Ed Droste.
The track, "Owner of a Lonely Heart", is a cover of the Yes song.
All songs written by Ed Droste except where noted.
- "Sorry for the Delay" – 3:29
- "Sure Thing" – 6:49
- "A Leader Always Carries a Stick" – 4:10
- "Particular to What?" – 4:38
- "August March" – 3:15
- "Owner of a Lonely Heart" (Trevor Rabin/Jon Anderson/Chris Squire/Trevor Horn) – 3:10
- "Fragments" – 2:36
- Ed Droste - vocals, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, keyboards, drums, percussion
- Christopher Bear - drums
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