Even though I download most of my music now, I do think album cover art somehow brings a soulful dimension to a house. I don't mean displaying it, but rather just knowing it's there. It doesn't really matter that it's typically only seen when we reach for it in a box or on a shelf. For their latest album, Veckatimest, Grizzly Bear used drawings by William J. O'Brien who is represented at Shane Campbell Gallery in Chicago. The art jumped out at me when I was visiting the iTunes store. Here is Margaret Wappler's review for the L.A. Times.