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Over the last decade, Bon Iver has gone from single folk artist Justin Vernon, holing up in a cabin in Wisconsin, to a collective of ever-changing friends toying with sonic textures. Their latest album is called i,i (Jagjaguwar). Sound and Vision host Emily Fox spoke with Bon Iver members Sean Carey and Jenn Wasner about the themes and sonic inspirations for their latest album.
They also add new dates to their North American tour.
The four-date tour includes a stop at The Gorge Amphitheatre on Friday, September 6
Two of KEXP's writers go back and forth on the latest multimedia art project conceived by Bon Iver's Justin Vernon and the TU Dance collective.