Shortly before the release of their third studio album, 22, A Million, Bon Iver held a number of listening events where fans could cop a limited edition newspaper featuring artwork uniquely designed for the record by Brooklyn-based artist Eric Timothy Carlson. As with most limited edition objects, the newspapers began popping up on eBay at inflated prices within a few days.
Bon Iver's record label Jagjaguwar wasn't very happy with that and now it appears neither was the band. According to a tweet from Bon Iver, the newspapers leftover from the listening events will now be available in record stores worldwide while supplies last.
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
Here's what the newspapers look like inside:
There's no official list of record stores that will carry the papers, but a little research and a few well-placed phone calls to your local music outlet should clear that up.