"This hippy motherfucker ended up being Justin Vernon of the band Bon Iver."
The ambitious fourth LP from the Wisconsin artist's band is the thrilling culmination of his career so far.
"Faith" and "Jelmore" will appear on the upcoming album 'i,i,' which is out August 30.
The Bon Iver frontman’s collab with Aaron Dessner from the National is the first big release from their new publishing and festival arm PEOPLE.
It's the first Eminem album since last year's 'Revival'. Kendrick Lamar and Bon Iver's Justin Vernon are both credited on the album.
MN Original and Twin Cities PBS quietly released recordings of "Shittiest Day In American History," "1867," and "Naeem 2" earlier this week.
Does this mean Justin Vernon is officially a member of Dead & Company’s "squad?"
Big Red Machine's four-song debut came out this morning on Vernon and Dessner's new streaming platform, PEOPLE. There's also a Sufjan Stevens-featuring cover of Leonard Cohen's "Memories" in a trove of new material.
Justin Vernon played stripped-back versions of “___ 45 ___,”“#29 Strafford APTS,” “715 - CR∑∑KS,” and “22 (OVER S∞∞N)” on the MPR show.
Before he went into the wilderness to fix his broken heart, Vernon released a LOAD of material that makes for a perfect listen at this time of year.
Justin Vernon's solo performance featured a duet with Sharon Van Etten and a Johnny Cash cover