Bon Iver - I,i

Bon Iver - I,i album wiki, reviews
Artist:   Bon Iver
Album Name:   I,i
Genre:   Alternative
Tracks:   13
Relase Date:   09 August 2019
Country:   USA

I,i (Bon Iver) Album Songs


Song TitleTime
1.Yi 0:31
2.iMi 3:16
3.We 2:22
4.Holyfields, 3:07
5.Hey, Ma 3:36
6.U (Man Like) 2:25
7.Naeem 4:22
8.Jelmore 2:30
9.Faith 3:37
10.Marion 2:21
11.Salem 3:44
12.Sh'Diah 4:11
13.RABi 3:32

About Bon Iver - I,i Album

I, I (stylized as i,i and pronounced as "I comma I") is the fourth studio album by American indie folk band Bon Iver. It was released track by track per hour on August 8, 2019; the intro only being available on the Bon Iver fan subreddit until August 9, when the album was released properly on all services, with a physical release to follow on August 30. The album was preceded by the singles "Hey, Ma" and "U (Man Like)", and the tracks "Faith" and "Jelmore" were released alongside the album pre-order. ..

I,i (Bon Iver) Album Comments

I,i (Bon Iver) Album Reviews

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  • Electric Skydog
    5 stars
    A creative musical journey. The music from this band is different and intriguing. The more I play their songs the more I like them. This album is really good but should be played a few times to get the full effect of their creativeness. 5 Stars
  • Jove/Gatsby
    2 stars
    A big step down, lacking inspiration, authenticity, and staying power.. I have almost all of Justin Vernon’s music, not just Bon Iver, and I appreciate his musical talent and occasional transcendence. As for the specific canon of Bon Iver, I have to say this was a bit of a disappointment. It is as though 22 and For Emma had a baby and it’s a real disappointment to the family name. It doesn’t have the same magic as the previous albums, and some of the songs come across as inauthentic— especially “Faith” once you have listened to “RABi” (which is actually the track on the album with the most staying power, next to Hey, Ma). It was actually a weak move that he released that track before the rest of the album, because RABi basically deposes the conclusions he reaches in Faith. Especially if you compare the music videos. There’s a dose of political gesturing as well (Man Like U) that no one asked for. The rest of the songs are either overproduced conglomerations of noise, or entirely forgettable. 22, BI, and For Emma were mostly strong albums from beginning to end. The same cannot be said about this album, as shown by the lack of reviews (positive or negative) compared to the previous album, and the fact that I only listen to about two songs on this album still after just three months! Meanwhile, tracks several years old from JV are still on rotation. The guy needs some inspiration beyond drugs and atheism. If you want some recent quality from JV, listen to Big Red Machine. I won’t be preordering BI anymore. If there is a next album, I will listen to each track on Spotify or YouTube before buying the album.
  • Dodge555
    1 stars
    Huh?. I don’t see the draw. Over produced garbage. Not even well done garbage. Probably decent songs in there somewhere
  • Palks
    5 stars
    Underrated. After listening to this album a few times through now, I’d say it’s really grown on me. There are some really compelling and beautiful moments. I feel it’s quite underrated.
  • nolanwill
    1 stars
    Oof. This is a hard listen, especially when you have past works to compare it too. The whole genre shift has officially hit the wall and needs to go back to the beginning so bad.
  • Arnold Diaz
    3 stars
    Great songs buried under production. Admit it. You love the idea of Bon Iver, but rarely listen to more than four songs of any one album. Each new one seems so fresh and inviting, and the first couple of songs amaze you. Then… well, then it’s like the guy runs out of steam. Ultimately, you still appreciate his attempts, his sincerity, and his originality. But it’s the next album you’re sure will be the one he puts it all together. This one, for better and for worse, is another such example, and it’s easy to trace the problem this time. It’s production. From some of his live performances and his finest work (a two-person-and-piano AIR Studios recording), one can recognize his songwriting and vocals are top-notch. So why does he muddle it in so many unnecessary cute-and-or-annoying knob-turning and vocal-messing? The songs here are some of his best. If you can find them over the unnecessary beats and percussive elements and double-and-triple-tracked vocals, you will enjoy this album immensely. But it’s the next album that’s going to be the really good one!
  • Urban_Monk
    5 stars
    deep heartstrings. more fire from Bon Iver... let this album melt into your soul and see what purges itself out.
  • Jay111111111111090
    5 stars
    Just give it a second or third listen. Sometimes artists are so good it takes the listener a few times through to realize just how amazing the content is. This album is different, but give it time- you will love it.
  • marathonknitter
    5 stars
    Pure, unbridled genius.. Unique. Shattering. All I need to live.
  • thenickap
    5 stars
    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.
  • TeaD
    5 stars
    Perfection. I have listened to this entire album in loop for days I can’t get enough
  • Clem8924
    5 stars
    Sooooo Good. 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.
  • Dax J
    1 stars
    Hot Garbage. A painful collection of random sounds and auto-tuned falsetto foolery
  • curryspelledkerry
    2 stars
    a lot of filler. Nothing stands out, kinda like one continuous filler song.
  • Twillis82
    5 stars
    Brilliant. Another masterpiece 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼
  • martha sterwart
    4 stars
    Exceptional. 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.
  • Ben (^)
    5 stars
    Awesome. Might be his best album yet. Hope to see them live to see how they pull this off.
  • schizm88
    1 stars
    Lame. My grandma listens to this when she drives to church. Gag me with a spoon.
  • no nickname needed to express
    1 stars
    Ugly. This sounds like the band used fisher price Musical Toy instruments- horrible!!!!
  • nickel3030
    4 stars
    Like every one prior it a grower not a show er.. Ill need to hear a few more times but its powerful. Not a good look for a guy welling up on a forklift.
  • San4ikson
    5 stars
    Faith. Beautiful song! 🙏🙏🙏😘😘😘❤️
  • Brycerodgers
    5 stars
    Masterpiece. Justin Vernon’s best record yet. It feels like an amalgamation off all past Bon Iver works. The perfect blend of Emma and 22. Start to finish the tracks are winners, Faith being the all-timer. Easy 5 stars
  • Edwin Grande
    1 stars
    .... 🗑
  • Nesdten
    5 stars
    Wow. Love how it combines aspects of previous albums and also brings something completely different to the table. Justin is a genius. A mastermind. The Indie God of our generation.
  • marigoldroses
    5 stars
    Impressive. Bon Iver continues to grow yet stays true to their original, unqiue sound. Their music has such a way of touching my soul in ways that no other music does. Fantastic use of brass and instumentals on this album, as well as Justin's raw voice shining like usual. Marion and Salem are fantastic, as well as Hey Ma and Faith. I can't get enough.
  • straydog86
    1 stars
    🤮. I guess 22, a million is the only one I like. But this sounds like stuff you’d hear in a JC Penny commercial. 2019 is a horrible year for music. So much fakeness in the air.
  • mikenikster
    5 stars
    🤠. Amazing Album. I’m speechless
  • Criffy3
    5 stars
    Strong start. So far, so great
  • Bob Yrknob
    5 stars
    iTunes error?. I previously purchased Hey Ma and U, but they’re not popping up on this album (since they were each previously released as single tracks in their own albums). I just wish I could at least listen to all 4 of the pre-release songs via my pre-purchased album. Also, I’ll be really annoyed if Hey Ma and U don’t get repopulated into the album once it’s actually released. Bug?
  • JosephBatchelor
    5 stars
    Stoked. Stoked 🤘
  • aditz233
    5 stars
    Beautiful. They always keep making good music.
  • AlternativeMind
    5 stars
    Exceptional. He keeps outdoing himself
  • KDizzy
    5 stars
    Bon Iver at it again. Can’t wait for the new album live what’s been released thus far
  • Electric Skydog
    5 stars
    A creative musical journey. The music from this band is different and intriguing. The more I play their songs the more I like them. This album is really good but should be played a few times to get the full effect of their creativeness. 5 Stars
  • Jove/Gatsby
    2 stars
    A big step down, lacking inspiration, authenticity, and staying power.. I have almost all of Justin Vernon’s music, not just Bon Iver, and I appreciate his musical talent and occasional transcendence. As for the specific canon of Bon Iver, I have to say this was a bit of a disappointment. It is as though 22 and For Emma had a baby and it’s a real disappointment to the family name. It doesn’t have the same magic as the previous albums, and some of the songs come across as inauthentic— especially “Faith” once you have listened to “RABi” (which is actually the track on the album with the most staying power, next to Hey, Ma). It was actually a weak move that he released that track before the rest of the album, because RABi basically deposes the conclusions he reaches in Faith. Especially if you compare the music videos. There’s a dose of political gesturing as well (Man Like U) that no one asked for. The rest of the songs are either overproduced conglomerations of noise, or entirely forgettable. 22, BI, and For Emma were mostly strong albums from beginning to end. The same cannot be said about this album, as shown by the lack of reviews (positive or negative) compared to the previous album, and the fact that I only listen to about two songs on this album still after just three months! Meanwhile, tracks several years old from JV are still on rotation. The guy needs some inspiration beyond drugs and atheism. If you want some recent quality from JV, listen to Big Red Machine. I won’t be preordering BI anymore. If there is a next album, I will listen to each track on Spotify or YouTube before buying the album.
  • Dodge555
    1 stars
    Huh?. I don’t see the draw. Over produced garbage. Not even well done garbage. Probably decent songs in there somewhere
  • Palks
    5 stars
    Underrated. After listening to this album a few times through now, I’d say it’s really grown on me. There are some really compelling and beautiful moments. I feel it’s quite underrated.
  • nolanwill
    1 stars
    Oof. This is a hard listen, especially when you have past works to compare it too. The whole genre shift has officially hit the wall and needs to go back to the beginning so bad.
  • Arnold Diaz
    3 stars
    Great songs buried under production. Admit it. You love the idea of Bon Iver, but rarely listen to more than four songs of any one album. Each new one seems so fresh and inviting, and the first couple of songs amaze you. Then… well, then it’s like the guy runs out of steam. Ultimately, you still appreciate his attempts, his sincerity, and his originality. But it’s the next album you’re sure will be the one he puts it all together. This one, for better and for worse, is another such example, and it’s easy to trace the problem this time. It’s production. From some of his live performances and his finest work (a two-person-and-piano AIR Studios recording), one can recognize his songwriting and vocals are top-notch. So why does he muddle it in so many unnecessary cute-and-or-annoying knob-turning and vocal-messing? The songs here are some of his best. If you can find them over the unnecessary beats and percussive elements and double-and-triple-tracked vocals, you will enjoy this album immensely. But it’s the next album that’s going to be the really good one!
  • Urban_Monk
    5 stars
    deep heartstrings. more fire from Bon Iver... let this album melt into your soul and see what purges itself out.
  • Jay111111111111090
    5 stars
    Just give it a second or third listen. Sometimes artists are so good it takes the listener a few times through to realize just how amazing the content is. This album is different, but give it time- you will love it.
  • marathonknitter
    5 stars
    Pure, unbridled genius.. Unique. Shattering. All I need to live.
  • thenickap
    5 stars
    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.
  • TeaD
    5 stars
    Perfection. I have listened to this entire album in loop for days I can’t get enough
  • Clem8924
    5 stars
    Sooooo Good. 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.
  • Dax J
    1 stars
    Hot Garbage. A painful collection of random sounds and auto-tuned falsetto foolery
  • curryspelledkerry
    2 stars
    a lot of filler. Nothing stands out, kinda like one continuous filler song.
  • Twillis82
    5 stars
    Brilliant. Another masterpiece 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼
  • martha sterwart
    4 stars
    Exceptional. 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.
  • Ben (^)
    5 stars
    Awesome. Might be his best album yet. Hope to see them live to see how they pull this off.
  • schizm88
    1 stars
    Lame. My grandma listens to this when she drives to church. Gag me with a spoon.
  • no nickname needed to express
    1 stars
    Ugly. This sounds like the band used fisher price Musical Toy instruments- horrible!!!!
  • nickel3030
    4 stars
    Like every one prior it a grower not a show er.. Ill need to hear a few more times but its powerful. Not a good look for a guy welling up on a forklift.
  • San4ikson
    5 stars
    Faith. Beautiful song! 🙏🙏🙏😘😘😘❤️
  • Brycerodgers
    5 stars
    Masterpiece. Justin Vernon’s best record yet. It feels like an amalgamation off all past Bon Iver works. The perfect blend of Emma and 22. Start to finish the tracks are winners, Faith being the all-timer. Easy 5 stars
  • Edwin Grande
    1 stars
    .... 🗑
  • Nesdten
    5 stars
    Wow. Love how it combines aspects of previous albums and also brings something completely different to the table. Justin is a genius. A mastermind. The Indie God of our generation.
  • marigoldroses
    5 stars
    Impressive. Bon Iver continues to grow yet stays true to their original, unqiue sound. Their music has such a way of touching my soul in ways that no other music does. Fantastic use of brass and instumentals on this album, as well as Justin's raw voice shining like usual. Marion and Salem are fantastic, as well as Hey Ma and Faith. I can't get enough.
  • straydog86
    1 stars
    🤮. I guess 22, a million is the only one I like. But this sounds like stuff you’d hear in a JC Penny commercial. 2019 is a horrible year for music. So much fakeness in the air.
  • mikenikster
    5 stars
    🤠. Amazing Album. I’m speechless
  • Criffy3
    5 stars
    Strong start. So far, so great
  • Bob Yrknob
    5 stars
    iTunes error?. I previously purchased Hey Ma and U, but they’re not popping up on this album (since they were each previously released as single tracks in their own albums). I just wish I could at least listen to all 4 of the pre-release songs via my pre-purchased album. Also, I’ll be really annoyed if Hey Ma and U don’t get repopulated into the album once it’s actually released. Bug?
  • JosephBatchelor
    5 stars
    Stoked. Stoked 🤘
  • aditz233
    5 stars
    Beautiful. They always keep making good music.
  • AlternativeMind
    5 stars
    Exceptional. He keeps outdoing himself
  • KDizzy
    5 stars
    Bon Iver at it again. Can’t wait for the new album live what’s been released thus far

Bon Iver - I,i Album Wiki

I, I (stylized as i,i and pronounced as "I and I") is the fourth studio album by American indie folk band Bon Iver. It was released track by track per hour on August 8, 2019; the intro only being available on the Bon Iver fan subreddit until August 9, when the album was released properly on all services, with a physical release to follow on August 30. The album was preceded by the singles "Hey, Ma" and "U (Man Like)", and the tracks "Faith" and "Jelmore" were released alongside the album pre-order. I, I features contributions from James Blake, Aaron Dessner, Bruce Hornsby, Moses Sumney, and Channy Leaneagh, among others. The album has been nominated for Best Recording Package, Album of the Year and Best Alternative Music Album at the 62nd Annual Grammy Awards, as well as Record of the Year for the song "Hey, Ma"..