Friday, March 25, 2011

Bon Iver release their (anticipated) new album in June

In June 2011, almost four years after he saw the light the magnificent debut of Bon Iver, For Emma, forever ago, it published the second album from Justin Vernon, who produced one of the most promising debuts of the past decade , an absolute delight and intimate acoustic pop that should be a related link on Wikipedia If you search for moving.

Or exciting. Much time has passed since then, because their success has been steady growth (mainly mouth-to-ear), and because, as stated this interview in the American edition of Rolling Stone, lost his inspiration and was unable composing with his guitar (do not know if the rapture of the pressures or expectations, or personal seizure).

The fact is that, working in the studio with other musicians, has managed to get out 10 new songs, to be published in June, which will involve the revalidation of a project that can serve as a common link between the weird-folk, the work of authors like Damien Jurado, José González or Ron Sexsmith or groups like Iron & Wine (not just seem to be a one-man group and beard), The Tallest Man On Earth or Fleet Foxes (who released their second album in May) .

A highly anticipated album, and with high hopes for him, hopefully to confirm our predictions.

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