Bon Iver are (finally) set to bring last year’s brilliant ‘22, A Million’ to London early next year, and Justin Vernon and co. played four of the album’s cuts on US tv show A Prairie Home Companion over the weekend.
The whole show is available to listen to below - around the 46-minute mark, Vernon plays ‘___ 45 ___’ and ‘#29 Strafford APTS’ from the album, returning to perform ‘715 – CR∑∑KS’ and ‘22 (OVER S∞∞N)’ at 1hr 47m.
Never far from the spotlight, Bon Iver recently played a new track at a gig in Richmond, Virginia, hinting that a 22, A Million’ follow-up is already in the works.
As well as looking forward, the band are also celebrating the 10th birthday of debut album ‘For Emma, Forever Ago’ with a February gig in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Listen to Vernon play on A Prairie Home Companion here, and view the band’s upcoming London residency dates below.FEBRUARY 21 London, Eventim Apollo 22 London, Eventim Apollo 25 London, Eventim Apollo 26 London, Eventim Apollo 27 London, Eventim Apollo MARCH 02 London, Eventim Apollo 04 London, Eventim Apollo 05 London, Eventim Apollo
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