Bon Iver have extended their merch range to include a signature ’22, A Million’ flannel shirt.
Made of “the highest quality canvas flannel fabric”, the red patterned shirt is now on sale for $75 (£60) on the band’s website. According to a note on the sale page, two sizes of the shirt are already in short supply.
The Justin Vernon-fronted band released their long-awaited third studio album ’22, A Million’ earlier this month, five years after their last (and self-titled) album.
In promotion of the new record, Bon Iver have released a number of lyric videos for tracks that feature on ’22, A Million’, most recently with ’29 #Strafford APTS’.
Bon Iver also promoted the album by giving away a free newspaper at various locations across the world. Their record company, Jagjaguwar, have since had to urge fans who were unable to pick up a copy of the newspaper, which contains imagery related to the ’22, A Million’ album, not to buy one on eBay.
Bon Iver are currently wrapping up a North American tour in support of the new LP. They will hit the road again in Europe during January and February of next year. UK dates will take place in London, Blackpool and Edinburgh.
Bon Iver’s tour dates are as follows:
San Diego, Copley Symphony Hall (October 26)
Paris, Le Zenith (January 22, 2017)
Utretch, Tivolivredenburg (23)
Frankfurt, Jahrhunderthalle (24)
Zurich, Samsung Hall (25)
Luxembourg, Rockhal (27)
Oslo, Spektrum (29)
Stockholm, Cirkus (30, 31)
Copenhagen, Den Grå Hal (February 2, 3)
Hamburg, Mehr! Theater (5)
Berlin, Tempodrom (6)
Brussels, Forest National (8)
Blackpool, Empress Ballroom (10)
Edinburgh, Playhouse Theatre (12, 13)
London, Roundhouse (15, 16)
London, Eventim Apollo Hammersmith (19)