BON IVER PRESENTS A NEW ALBUM IN LISBON ON APRIL 15TH 2020.
Bon Iver, the American Folk band led and founded by Justin Vernon, presents its new album “i,i”, on April 15th at Altice Arena.
The first part of this concert is being carried out by Aaron Dessner´s Big 37d03d Machine, the band that has emerged via a digital platform, consists of a group of artists and it is led by Justin Vernon from Bon Iver as well as Aaron Dessner from The National.
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When Bon Iver launched “For Emma, Forever Ago” in the beginning of 2008, Justin Vernon was introduced as one of the most talented songwriters of his time, unveiling a unique sound. Its successor, self-entitled “Bon Iver, Bon Iver” added a more frantic approach. In 2016 with the 3rd album” 22 A Million”, Vernon was back to the uniqueness of the band, having then the album achieved an enormous recognition, with a clear change in its style, where the acoustic guitars were played by keyboards and synthesizers, abandoning all the folk essence.
According to Bon Iver, the fourth album of the band “i,i” and its new 13 songs, has completed a cycle since the beginning Winter of “For Emma, Forever Ago”, the frantic Spring of “Bon Iver, Bon Iver” and the uncontrolled Summer of “ 22,A Million”. Now the Autumn is at the door earlier with “i,i”.
From the recorded sessions of this latter work we can count with Sean Carey, Andrew Fitzpatrick, Mike Lewis, Matt McCaughan and Justin Vernon, with Rob Moose and Jenn Wasner. The album also has great contribution of various artists; James Blake, BJ Burton, Brad e Philip Cook, Aaron and Bryce Dessner, Trever Hagen, Zach Hanson, Bruce Hornsby, Channy Leaneagh, Rob Moose, Naeem, Velvet Negroni, Buddy Ross, Marta Salogni, Francis Starlite, Moses Sumney and the members of the TU Dance.
The three edited albums have been praised by critics as well as by the legion of fans, having many of their themes being played in the various worldwide radio stations, such as: “Skinny Love”, “Holocene” as well as “33 God”. Accounting only three studio records, Bon Iver has already won two Grammys in the two distinct categories, “Best Alternative Music Album" and “Best New Artist”.
There is undoubtedly a kind of magic in each and every Bon Iver concert that you wouldn’t wish to miss on April 15th at Altice Arena.
|15 April 20h00|
|Show Duration||90 minutes|
|Minimum Age||6 years|
|Starting date for Ticket Sales||09-09-2019 13:00|
|Ending date for Ticket Sales||31-01-2021 23:00|
|Promoter||Everything Is New|