The band’s label Jagjaguar even pleaded with fans via Twitter not to buy a series of newspapers being sold on Ebay for over $1,000.
The band promised that fans who weren’t able to grab a copy would have another chance, and now the Justin Vernon-led outfit have released the final copies of the newspaper, sending all the remaining copies to record stores all around the world.
“Remember these?” tweeted Bon Iver. “We sent all the leftovers to record stores around the world. Call your local shop and see if they have ‘em & snag a copy!”
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
Along with the newspaper, Bon Iver revealed more official band merchandise recently – when they began selling a flannel shirt last month with the 22, A Million album artwork printed on it.
Watch a video preview of the newspaper below.