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Positive: 54 out of Mixed: 10 out of Negative: 3 out of Occasionally, an album comes along and grows into the soundtrack of a specific time and place. Summer, autumn, winter or spring. A particular Occasionally, an album comes along and grows into the soundtrack of a specific time and place. A particular road trip, adventure or vacation.
Love, hate, happiness or sadness. They become the touchstone triggers of our nostalgia, leading our memories down the paths of our past and present. Those albums we could consider "great. For that you'll have to ask Justin Vernon. Because Bon Iver's long-awaited sophomore album isn't just 10 songs with atmosphere, it's a vacation in the stratosphere.
It's not just a step forward, but a mad dash on the back of a Scud missile. This album isn't just good, it's great. And it's as close to perfection as you can get before being burned.
It's been a busy and fruitful three years for Vernon. He struck critical gold with 's "For Emma, Forever Ago," a sparse and haunting LP recorded in a freezing backwoods cabin following a breakup with someone presumably named Emma. The album's romantic backstory, coupled with its innovative minimalism, made it incredibly popular throughout indie circles, eventually garnering low spots on many "best of the s" lists.
If "Emma" was the bitter cold of a blizzard, follow-up EP "Blood Bank" captured the warmth of a cabin fire. In many ways "Blood Bank" was an artistic advancement. Using quicker, shorter steps, it covered much of the same ground - without excess baggage.
The minimal sparseness that endeared critics to "Emma" is now replaced with synths, drum rolls, guitars and horns. Songs like "Perth" and "Towers" are beautifully convoluted in their arrangement. Yet as the instrumentation is piled on, it never becomes overwhelming. There is a Spector-esque wall of sound on "Bon Iver," but it is held in check by tasteful moderation.
Lead single "Calgary" is the album's pre-eminent exposition of electric guitars and drums. Another example of Vernon's vocal talent, it's the most fitting homage to the western Canadian province since Gordon Lightfoot's "Alberta Bound. The last hurrah of the journey started on "Perth" and finished 40 all-too-quick minutes later.
For many of his fans, channeling Bruce Hornsby seems an ironic gesture - a bow to the subset of indie culture that bastardizes nostalgia they never experienced with a sarcasm that degrades its intrinsic value. But there is nothing ironic about Bon Iver or Justin Vernon.
He might be the darling of indie culture, but he's not wearing his nostalgia because it's funny. In an era dictated by the amount of glitter and mascara on a performer's face, or their ability to push envelopes toward commercial dividends, "Bon Iver" is not an album that deserves.
But it's certainly one that our culture of reboots and copycats needs. However, their label affirmed that the band had not parted ways. The band later announced on November 18th Asia tour starting early On August 17, , 22, A Million, was announced as their next studio album, the release date being September 30, A song track list was also provided and lyric videos for two songs released. On September 30, , 22, A Million was released.
Over the years, Bon Iver has achieved several accolades, all in his name. Current users will need to reset their password before loggin in. News Tour Discography Store Community. Stream iTunes Amazon Direct. I was unafraid, I was a boy, I was a tender age melic in the naked, knew a lake and drew the lofts for page hurdle all the waitings up, know it wasn't wedded love 4 long minutes end and it was over it'd all be back and the frost took up the eyes pressed against the pane could see the veins and there was poison out resting in a raze the inner claims I hadn't breadth to shake searching for an inner clout, may not take another bout honey in the hale could fill the pales of loving less with vain hon, it wasn't yet the spring aiming and it sunk and we were drunk and we had fleshed it out nose up in the globes, you never know if you are passing out no it wasn't maiden-up, the falling or the faded luck hung up in the ivory, both were climbing for a finer cause love can hardly leave the room with your heart.
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