Bon Iver reveals new song “Heavenly Father”

Bon Iver has revealed new song "Heavenly Father", taken from the soundtrack to Zach Braff film Wish I Was Here. "Heavenly Father" is the first new material from Justin Vernon since his self-titled 2011 album. It will appear on Braff's Garden State follow-up alongside songs by The Shins plus Cat Power & Coldplay, who have collaborated on the title track, "Wish I Was Here". Click here to listen to the song now.

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Bon Iver has revealed new song “Heavenly Father”, taken from the soundtrack to Zach Braff film Wish I Was Here.

Heavenly Father” is the first new material from Justin Vernon since his self-titled 2011 album. It will appear on Braff’s Garden State follow-up alongside songs by The Shins plus Cat Power & Coldplay, who have collaborated on the title track, “Wish I Was Here”.

Click here to listen to the song now.

The Wish I Was Here OST tracklisting is:

The Shins: ‘So Now What’
Gary Jules: ‘Broke Window’
Radical Face: ‘The Mute’
Hozier: ‘Cherry Wine’ (Live)’
Bon Iver: ‘Holocene’
Badly Drawn Boy: ‘The Shining’
Jump Little Children: ‘Mexico’
Cat Power & Coldplay: ‘Wish I Was Here’
Allie Moss: ‘Wait It Out’
Paul Simon: ‘The Obvious Child’
Japanese Wallpaper: ‘Breathe In’ (feat. Wafia)
Bon Iver: ‘Heavenly Father’
Aaron Embry: ‘Raven’s Song’
The Weepies: ‘Mend’
The Head & The Heart: ‘No One To Let You Down’


Wish I Was Here follows Braff’s character Aidan Bloom, a struggling actor who reluctantly agrees to home-school his sick father’s two young children. The film also features Kate Hudson, Josh Gad, Jim Parsons, Homeland’s Mandy Patinkin and Braff’s former Scrubs co-star Donald Faison as well as Ashley Greene.





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