BON IVER – ” 29 #Strafford APTS “

Posted: October 17, 2016 in MUSIC
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Bon Iver’s first album in five years takes an unexpected turn toward the strange and experimental. But behind the arranged glitches and processed voices are deeply felt songs about uncertainty.

10 days after its release, and I’m still getting my head around the beautiful weirdness that is Bon Iver’s 22, A Million, but if you pushed me for a favorite song, then I’d probably say “#29 Strafford APTS.” A sweeping acoustic ballad that provides an alien-like spin on Justin Vernon’s more traditional breed of folk and Americana, it comes paired with a video that sees the track’s inscrutable lyrics splayed out across Illuminati-esque imagery.

Created/Produced/Directed by Aaron Anderson & Eric Timothy Carlson

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