Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon is constantly evolving. Ever record Bon Iver dies and rises anew with something different and refreshing. This was most apparent on their their record, 2016’s 22, A Million. On their 2007 debut Bon Iver made the quintessential indie’-folk cabin in the woods record (this isn’t just me trying to describe the sound, Vernon literally wrote and recorded For Emma, Forever Ago in a cabin in the woods), on their second they made a beloved indie rock masterpiece (even winning the Grammy’s Alternative Album if the Year), and decided to follow both up with an electronic record. This was certainly a very big zig when everyone was expecting Vernon and company to zag, and that’s part of what makes it so great. 22, A Million is the perfect subversion of expectation and somehow Bon Iver completely stick the landing.