The Bon Iver frontman guested as part of Bryce Dessner’s 'Invisible Bridge' show at Paris’ Philharmonie
Justin Vernon joined The National‘s Bryce Dessner on stage last night (September 25) in Paris to perform a number of songs.
The Bon Iver frontman joined Dessner for his ‘Invisible Bridge’ concert, which took place over the weekend at the Philharmonie in the French capital. Dessner, who plays guitar for The National, was also joined for the performance by his twin brother Aaron, who plays guitar for the Ohioan band.
Vernon performed two new songs from his upcoming album, ’22, A Million’, which is released on Friday (September 30). As Pitchfork reports, the tracks ’33 ‘God’’ and ‘00000 Million’ were performed in Paris by Vernon and his fellow musicians, which also included the pianists Katia and Marielle Labèque.
Watch footage of ’33 ‘God’’ and ‘00000 Million’ below.
“You have to believe in something,” he told The Guardian. “Like, I’d prefer Beyoncé didn’t do a Pepsi tour. Do not take two million dollars from Pepsi and be a role model for young girls. Do not do that.”