Exclusive Stream: Daniel Rossen, 'Silent Song'

Hear a track from the singer's upcoming debut EP

February 1, 2012 10:00 AM ET

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Click to listen to Daniel Rossen's 'Silent Song'

Grizzly Bear singer and guitarist Daniel Rossen will release his debut solo EP, Silent Hour/Golden Mile, on March 20th. The album came together as a way for Rossen to figure out how to make music that resonated with him after spending significant amounts of time on tour. "When you spend so much time touring around, you can lose perspective on what you're trying to do. All the sudden, I had no idea what to do or what to make or anything," he explains. "These songs were a way for me to figure that out again, getting my legs back."

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