BON IVER – ” AUATC “

Posted: August 8, 2020 in MUSIC
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Four months after sharing the Kacy Hill–featuring acronymic single “PDLIF,” Bon Iver is back with reinforcements for their second track of 2020: “AUATC” (which stands for “Ate up all their cake”) arrived  with vocal contributions from Jenny Lewis and Jenn Wasner (who’s had a busy month between a new Wye Oak EP and her work on the new Madeline Kenney LP) with production credits for the band’s Justin Vernon as well as Jim E-Stacks and BJ Burton.

In lieu of the glitchy folktronica of its predecessor, “AUATC” recalls the roots rock of The Band, complete with a jaunty piano lining the chorus of voices (Bruce Springsteen also gets a vocals credit here). Hear the song below, and watch the video which features graceful moves from Randall Riley.

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Vocals: Elsa Jensen, Jenny Lewis, Bruce Springsteen, Justin Vernon, and Jenn Wasner Morphagene: Jenn Wasner Synthetic String Parts: BJ Burton Pianos: Phil Cook Percussion and Drums: Jim-E Stack, Reggie Pace, Matt McCaughan, JT Bates, and Justin Vernon Guitars, Ob6_Bass, and Banjers: Justin Vernon Pedal Steel: Ben Lester Fiddle: Barbara Jean Meyers

Written by Phil Cook, Justin Vernon, Jim-E Stack, BJ Burton, and Jenn Wasner

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