The socially-distanced studio session was part of the show’s Saturday Sessions.
After nearly a decade's absence Conor Oberst has got the band back together. The first Bright Eyes album since 2011 is an unflinching exploration of grief, loss and keeping on keeping on as life crumbles around you. We'd expect nothing less.
Down In The Weeds Where The World Once Was comes out 21 August through Dead Oceans.
From raucous blues rock to charitable covers and everything in between, there's a lot to love in this week's playlist. Bluetooth speakers at the ready...
The singles release follows that of Persona Non Grata and Forced Convalescence
Bright Eyes have chosen to delay their highly anticipated 2020 reunion tour, due to the ongoing global covid-19 pandemic.
This marks the band’s first release since 2011’s The People’s Key.