The horn-filled opening track from indie folk band Bon Iver's eponymous second album commemorates the Australian city of Perth. According to the band's founder, Justin Vernon, the song was inspired by a "rejuvenating experience" he had while the band were on tour there. Bon Iver consists of 10 songs, each of them named after or describing a place. Vernon explained to UK newspaper The Guardian: "We have these intense relationships with our places, and that's loosely what the record is draped over," he said. Read more on Last.fm.