Bon Iver – the musical project led by Justin Vernon – will release its third studio album – 22, A Million – on September 30 via Jagjaguwar.
The band performed the album in full last night [August 12] at the second annual Eaux Claires Music & Arts Festival, in Vernon’s hometown Eau Claire, Wisconsin.
Extended versions of the album’s two opening tracks “22 (OVER S∞∞N)” and
“10 d E A T h b R E a s T ⚄ ⚄” are both available now via download and streaming services; you can watch the videos below.
The tracklisting for the album is:
22 (OVER S∞∞N)
10 d E A T h b R E a s T ⚄ ⚄
715 – CR∑∑KS
29 #Strafford APTS
21 M◊◊N WATER
The bulk of the album was recorded and produced at April Base Studios in Fall Creek, Wisconsin with pieces also recorded in London, England and just outside Lisbon, Portugal by Vernon and a pack of trusted friends and collaborators both new and old.
Bon Iver has announced a number of select shows this autumn, including a two-day, not-for-profit music event at Berlin’s Funkhaus studios on October 1 & 2 in collaboration with Aaron and Bryce Dessner of The National, The Michelberger Hotel and others. A concert at The Hollywood Bowl will also take place on October 23 with Patti Smith and Hiss Golden Messenger, plus more headline shows on the West Coast.
October 1 – Berlin, DE @ Funkhaus
October 2 – Berlin, DE @ Funkhaus
October 18 – Oakland, CA @ Fox Theater #
October 19 – Oakland, CA @ Fox Theater #
October 20 – Oakland, CA @ Fox Theater #
October 22 – Orange County, CA @ Beach Goth Festival
October 23 – Los Angeles, CA @ The Hollywood Bowl %
October 26 – San Diego, CA @ Copley Symphony Hall ^
# with Francis & The Lights
% with Patti Smith and Hiss Golden Messenger
^ with Julianna Barwick
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