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Bon Iver

Bon Iver U (Man Like)

Bon Iver U (Man Like)

(PG-13: Language) “It’ll be a long day of fixing, make something else your mission, boy why this sh*t so hard to do?” Bon Iver collaborated with Jenn Wasner, Moses Sumney, Elsa Jensen, The National’s Bryce Dessner and the Brooklyn Youth Chorus for this gospel-inspired ballad.

Bon Iver: An Audience of One

Bon Iver: An Audience of One

La Blogotheque gave one insanely lucky attendee of the 37d03d Festival at Funkhaus a performance she’ll never forget. She was ushered in a dark room and sat right in front of Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon, who sang Heavenly Father with the help of the Cantus Domus choir.

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Bon Iver Live at Pioneer Works

Bon Iver Live at Pioneer Works

NPR Music shares an hour-long set from Bon Iver at Pioneer Works, a contemporary art institution in Brooklyn, New York that counts Bon Iver frontman Justin Vernon as one of its advisors. The band mostly played songs from their latest album 22, A Million.

Bon Iver: 22, A Million

Bon Iver: 22, A Million

Judging from the first two singles, Bon Iver’s upcoming album eschews acoustic instruments and lo-fi recordings for digital experiments. But they’re no less melancholic and memorable. The album drops 9/30/16; vinyl and CD copies come with digital download codes.

Bon Iver: Haven, Mass.

Bon Iver: Haven, Mass.

Bon Iver recorded Haven, Mass. for their second album but it didn’t make the cut. The song was then unceremoniously released in a mixtape sent to early bird ticket buyers of the 2016 Eaux Claires Music Fest, which Bon Iver frontman Justin Vernon co-organized.

Made in the Land of Wheat & Maize

Made in the Land of Wheat & Maize

“There’s something sacred going on, and I can understand it.” Bon Iver frontman Justin Vernon talks about his love for his hometown of Eau Claire, Wisconsin, and how it shapes him and his music. A nice interview by Red Wing Shoes.

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