Bon Iver Share New Track ‘AUATC’ Featuring Bruce Springsteen, Jenny Lewis, and More

Bon Iver have shared a new song titled ‘AUATC’, which stands for ‘Ate Up All Their Cake’, via Jagjaguwar. The track was co-written  Phil Cook co-produced by Jim-E Stack and BJ Burton. It features appearances from the likes of lsa Jensen, Jenny Lewis, Bruce Springsteen, and Jenn Wasner. Check it out below, alongside an accompanying music video directed by Aaron Anderson and Eric Timothy Carlson and featuring dance and movement from Randall Riley.

The track is billed as the second “episode” of “Bon Iver Season Five,” following ‘PDLIF’ which stood for ‘Please Don’t Live In Fear’, released back in April. Justin Vernon recently collaborated with Taylor Swift on ‘exile’, from her new album folkloreHe released his fourth studio album i,i in August of last year.

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