Bon Iver played a show on Sunday night at London’s All Points East festival where Justin Vernon and the band closed out the set with recordings of new music, NME reports. Watch clips of the songs fans speculate are titled “Hey Ma” and “U” below. The band performed “Hey Ma” live at Bonnaroo.
Bon Iver also displayed a cryptic link to a new website called “icommai” on the screen. The site’s most recent post features a lengthy list of collaborators, including Moses Sumney, The National’s Bryce Dessner, Brad Cook, Psymun, Bruce Hornsby, and others. Check out the full list on icommai.com.
Vampire Weekend performed on last night’s episode of “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” where they performed “Sunflower” from their new album Father of the Bride, which was released today. Watch it below.
Father OfThe Bride is Vampire Weekend’s first album in six years, and features contributions fromRostam, Danielle Haim, Steve Lacy, Ariel Rechtshaid, and more.
Portland-based pop duo, Ancient Pools have released their debut album Cosine via Forged Artifact and Feeding Tube Records. Stream the album below from their Bandcamp.
The duo will start a US tour next week, starting April, 18 in Boise Idaho and finish in Seattle May, 8. Find their tour dates below.
SASAMI has shared the music video for “Morning Comes,” which features her halmoni (grandmother) showing the watcher how to make kimchi in the style of Korean television. The singer-songwriter co-directed the clip with Eric Notarnicola; watch it below. The track is SASAMI’s self-titled debut album, which came out earlier this year through Domino.
Noah Lennox, aka Panda Bear and the Walkmen’s Paul Maroon have collaborated on a new 7″ single that was recently released called “I Don’t Need a Crowd.” Maroon has now made the song available online. Listen to it below.
Bibio has announced a new studio album titled Ribbons. It is Stephen Wilkinson’ first full-length since Phantom Brickworks. Ribbons will show a similar writing style to his 2016 album A Mineral Love. It will arrive on April 12th via Warp. Listen to the first single, “Curls,” below.