Bon Iver Released Their Fourth Studio Album i,i Without Prior Announcement, But it is of Pure Nostalgia


    Bon Iver, an American indie-folk band, led by singer-songwriter Justin Vernon have launched their fourth studio album i,i on August 9 and the album is received well by the critics and fans all around.

    The English singer-songwriter James Blake and other notable singers like Aaron Dessner, Moses Sumney, Bruce Hornsby, and Channy Leaneagh have contributed to developing i,i a true masterpiece.

    The album exemplifies the season of autumn, the conclusion of the phase of his previous three albums. The albums draw the peculiarities made out of powerful beats, and it possesses the crescendo mid-song that feels less like a consummation than another progress. Every composition is structured very well, that brings the candor of early Bon Iver. i,i has cemented itself into a constant fog, the composers have dived themselves in providing elegant music and yeah a re-adjustment of Vernon musical skills to a higher level. Admittedly, it’s pure nostalgia!

    i,i includes 13 tracks, total track length of 39 minutes and 34 seconds which was preceded by the singles from the LP. The singles include Hey, Ma, U (Man Like), Faith, and Jetmore. The New Musical Express reviewed 5/5 stars mentioning that the music looks like the Bon Iver of yesteryear despite Vernon has been continually changing the music. While The Guardian just rated two stars out of 5 claiming that gospel holler and falsetto curlicues from the singer-songwriter Vernon will always make ears prick up.

    The album was actually released without prior announcement, before the physical release, that was being planned for August 30.

    Truly i,i is an album of its own time.