The folklore sister album boasts contributions from The National, Bon Iver, and HAIM.
The sister album to folklore features contributions from The National, Bon Iver, and HAIM.
The rap veteran is not quite over losing Best New Artist to the Justin Vernon-led folk outfit.
Debuted during the first episode of Justin Vernon’s “Visit with Vernon” voting campaign.
A groovy cut from Stack’s forthcoming album Ephemera.
The TV appearance came in promotion of Vernon’s newly launched For Wisconsin, a voting initiative that ensures every state resident’s voice is heard and counted.
Taken from an upcoming collection of remixes of Howard’s solo debut album, Jamie.
Members of Wye Oak, Megafaun, rivulare, and more also contribute.
Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon joins T-Swift on a song that feels like it could only have been written during a pandemic.
The 16-track collection features The National’s Aaron and Bryce Dessner and Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon.
The 16-track LP arrives on Froday.
Also read tributes from Edgar Wright, Justin Vernon, New Order, Massive Attack, and the list goes on.