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Bon Iver has released one of the most anticipated albums of this summer: 'i,i' (2019) is the fourth album of Justin Vernon's most celebrated project, which exploded onto the independent music scene more than a decade ago with the magnificent 'For Emma, Forever Ago' (2007). That debut was an album that broke moulds with the use of echo and voice treatment, but Vernon no longer records alone in a cabin isolated from the world as he did then. His sound has become sophisticated over time, on albums like 'Bon Iver, Bon Iver' (2011) and '22, A Million' (2016). Although his work with vocal expression – with all kinds of filters and electronic effects – remains paramount in his music, Bon Iver has increasingly become a live band, which is reflected more than ever in the sound of 'i,i'.