Justin Vernon’s Bon Iver origin story is already unlikely enough. His debut 2007’s For Emma, Forever Ago came about from when he was at his lowest, retreating to his father’s Wisconsin cabin after his band broke up, his relationship dissolved, and illness took over. The solitude resulted in one of the most evocative and affecting folk albums of the 2000s, and it sold over half a million copies. Its initial lightning-in-a-bottle success was already gobsmacking, but to see Vernon’s outlet evolve from desolate, wintry folk, Grammy-winning soft rock on his 2011 follow-up Bon Iver, to 2016’s 22,
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