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April 2020
Hey Ma!

Bon Iver debuted two new tracks at All Points East last night

'Hey Ma' and 'U' were both played over the PA at the end of a headline set.
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Published: 9:03 am, June 03, 2019
Bon Iver debuted two new tracks at All Points East last night

Bon Iver debuted two new tracks at All Points East last night.

Rather than drop them into 'the main set', Justin Vernon and co instead played the songs out over the PA after their performance, as people left the arena.

Titled 'Hey Ma' and 'U', they performed already the former live at Bonnaroo.

The end of the set also teased a new website, icommai.com, on the big screens. A post there features a list of collaborators that includes Bruce Hornsby, Mosey Sumney, The National’s Bryce Dessner, Wye Oak’s Jenn Wasner, and more.

Bon Iver's last studio album, '22, A Million', arrived back in 2016.

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