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Video Premiere: Bon Iver's 'Towers'

February 28, 2012 (6:23 am) GMT
The 2012 Grammys' Best New Artist releases a music video which shows a loner traveling through some silent and eerie places.
Video Premiere: Bon Iver's 'Towers'

has debuted a music video for latest single "Towers". The clip is directed by Nabil Elderkin who helmed Iver's "Holocene" visuals. While the "Holocene" video follows a little cave boy visiting some breathtaking spots in Iceland, this new one sees a bearded man making his way through the forest and shoreline.

"When Justin [Vernon] sent me a breakdown of what certain parts/lines of the song meant to him I did my best to decode it and curate into something simple," Nabil gushed, "And hopefully the viewer can take from it their own feeling of what the towers represent."

The video was shot on Native American-preserved land in Washington state. The song, meanwhile, was recorded Iver's self-titled studio album "", which led them to win Best Alternative Music Album at this year's Grammy Awards.

Bon Iver's "Towers" music video

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