The Justin Vernon-fronted band released a limited supply of commemorative newspapers upon the album’s release, but some fans turned to eBay to flog the paper, with some prices exceeding $1,000.
Bon Iver’s record company Jagjaguwar promised fans who didn’t get their hands on the newspaper first time round that more would be made available in the coming months, and the band have today (November 12) confirmed that the final copies have been sent to record stores around the world.
As Pitchfork reports, the Bon Iver Twitter account announced to fans this evening that “all of the leftover” newspapers had been dispatched, while also warning that fans needed to act fast if they wanted to get a copy. See the tweet below.
Remember these? We sent all of the leftovers to record stores around the world. Call your local shop to see if they have 'em & snag a copy! https://t.co/wIM31MeCXe
— Bon Iver (@boniver) November 12, 2016
A preview of the content of the paper was also revealed by Jagjaguwar back in September – see that below.
Along with the newspaper, another piece of Bon Iver memorabilia was released recently. A signature ’22, A Million’ flannel shirt was added to their line of merchandise last month, which are made of “the highest quality canvas flannel fabric.”
Bon Iver will visit the UK early next year – see their confirmed tour dates for February below.
Blackpool, Empress Ballroom (February 10)
Edinburgh, Playhouse Theatre (12, 13)
London, Roundhouse (15, 16)
London, Eventim Apollo Hammersmith (19)