An outtake from last week’s episode of Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.
Bon Iver mastermind performs “Woods”, intros David Beckham.
They team up for “Terrible Love” and “Vanderlyle Crybaby Geeks”.
Also features Brightest Diamond, Sam Amidon, and more.
Hopefully they weren’t ordering pizza.
Not one Justin, but two!
“Bon Iver is not over by any means.”
Justin Vernon-fronted Wisconsin collective goes big.
A second taste of the band’s Repave.
If you have a fetish for fluorescent light bulbs, then tune in now!
Hear their take on “Every Grain of Sand”.
Vernon-produced I’ll Find a Way arrives in October.
Off their sophomore album, Repave.
Sophomore LP arrives in the fall.
Plus, he samples Billie Holiday with TNGHT.
Justin Vernon’s Year of Side-Projects.
A universal language like nothing you’ve ever heard.
The third and final installment in his New History Warfare trilogy.
A compilation of this weekend’s best moments in video.
Classic case of the master assisting his apprentice.
Darkness continues to loom large with anything these two collaborate on.
Bon Iver mastermind contributed vocals.
Plus, a boatload of spring tour dates
Bon Iver singer to be featured on 36% of the album’s songs.
The music industry got even more asinine in 2012.
You know you’ve always wanted one.
Featuring cameos from Justin Vernon, Astronautalis, P.O.S., and many more.
Plus, watch a performance of the lead single, “Bumper”.
This track just won’t die.
“Everyone should abandon their expectations of what it’s going to be.”
Four-track effort was produced and mixed by Justin Vernon.
Plus, watch Justin Timberlake impersonate Justin Vernon.
Justin Vernon and S. Carey deliver a 25-minute stripped-down performance.
For some reason, this never made it to TV.
Watch performances of “Holocene” and “Beth/Rest”.
Collaborations with Volcano Choir, The Shouting Machines also in the works.
This imprint will never win a Grammy…
The best of 2010 and 2011 join forces.
She gets by with a little help from her friends.