The band played a number of tracks from new album 22, A Million.

NPR have shared footage of an entire Bon Iver concert which was filmed at Brooklyn’s Pioneer Works earlier this month.

During the hour-long set, the band mostly performed tracks from their latest album as well as a few older favourites like ‘Calgary’ and ‘Minnesota, WI’ and ‘Creature Fear’. Justin Vernon was joined by two drummers and a five-piece sax ensemble for the gig. Watch it back below.

At the start of their current tour, Bon Iver launched a campaign called 2 A Million that seeks to raise support, raise support, awareness and “person-to-person connections in an effort to end gender inequality, domestic violence, and sexual abuse.” The band have been partnering with local nonprofits in each city they are performing in.

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