Ignore the bad reviews.
Bon Iver’s “i,i” is an absolute breath of fresh air, and a welcome change from “22 A Million” which for me had too many electronic elements. This fourth album limits that but also brings in that sound the band has been known for. Not to stop there, Justin Vernon and co. tinker with new sounds and create some gorgeous soundscapes. Additionally, Vernon brings exemplary lyrical craft to every track. This Album is a must have.
I have listened to this entire album in loop for days I can’t get enough
This is guy knows how to create emotion in his music. Every song is filled with so much passion and speaks its own voice he just keeps outdoing himself eith each album.
By Dax J
A painful collection of random sounds and auto-tuned falsetto foolery
a lot of filler
Nothing stands out, kinda like one continuous filler song.
Another masterpiece 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼
By martha sterwart
I wasn’t totally sold on my first listen through. However, after listening the the album several times, I do enjoy it. Some songs are stuck in my head. Personally, I prefer his older albums, but I enjoy any Bon Iver I can get my hands on.
By Ben (^)
Might be his best album yet. Hope to see them live to see how they pull this off.
My grandma listens to this when she drives to church. Gag me with a spoon.
By no nickname needed to express
This sounds like the band used fisher price
Musical Toy instruments- horrible!!!!