On Wednesday, indie folk outfit Bon Iver released a new mini-documentary, Bon Iver: Autumn, giving fans a sneak peak at their forthcoming studio album and tour. The Justin Vernon-fronted band is gearing up to release a new album, i,i, due out on August 31st via Jagjaguwar.

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Directed by Andrew Swant in partnership with WePresent, the editorial branch of WeTransfer, the new documentary gives the band members a chance to share their thoughts on the creative process behind the new album and the extensive production work their team has been handling leading up to their tour-opener on August 31st. Bon Iver’s forthcoming album features a plethora of notable guest contributors including Bruce Hornsby, Moses SumneyJenn WasnerElsa JensenPsymun, Phil Cook, the Brooklyn Youth Chorus, and others.

Vernon gave some insight regarding the band’s new L-ISA sound system they will use on their upcoming tour. He explained, “It’s a three-dimensional PA with a lot more power, a lot more bass, a lot more imaging, specifically to make it not just two big sets of speakers coming at you.”

Following a show in Santa Barbara, Bon Iver’s manager exclaimed to Vernon, “It was by far the best sounding show you guys have ever done.”

Watch the Bon Iver: Autumn mini-documentary below:

Bon Iver: Autumn

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For a full list of the band’s upcoming tour dates, ticketing, and more information, head to Bon Iver’s website.