A couple weeks ago, Bon Iver released the "deluxe" edition of the band's self-titled LP, featuring 10 videos corresponding to each track on the album. Bon Iver's official website described the videos as "the comprehensive vision for the record captured in moving picture. The visual works both complement and enrich the audio on the album...while not music videos per se, these visual accompaniments are striking in their distinctive atmosphere, and compelling works in their own right."
On Justin Vernon's Twitter, the Bon Iver frontman offers a more direct explanation on the visual project:
Seriously, we made the films for the album especially for people to zone out on their portable screens on train commutes, or stoners.
This one, for album standout "Holocene," was shot by Dan Huiting in the wintery climes of Gooseberry Falls, MN.
Watch the rest of 'em at Bon Iver's YouTube channel.