If you're still not sick of hearing things from Bon Iver's self titled epic, then I can't recommend this video enough. Featuring long time Bon Iver contributor Sean Carey and his trademark minimal, wistful piano playing, it just about manages to create even more space than there is on the record. And for all of you who couldn't stand the Bruce Hornsby inspired Birth/Rest, well, this may just change your mind. The keyboards have gone, but that soulful, rich piano playing is there and it's even stronger than before. Something deep within me just feels nourished hearing those sustained chords.