Hear two new tracks by Better Oblivion Community Center

Phoebe Bridgers and Conor Oberst also stopped by NPR for a ‘Tiny Desk’ concert.

Phoebe Bridgers. Image: Frank Ockenfels

Three months after the release of their self-titled debut, Better Oblivion Community Center – aka Phoebe Bridgers and Bright Eyes’ Conor Oberst – have dropped a little surprise: the previously unreleased song Little Trouble and a reworked version of album cut Sleepwalkin’.

Both tracks were previously only available as a seven-inch single at Better Oblivion Community Center shows. While on tour, the duo have been performing Little Trouble, which is a catchy number with jaunty verses. The B-side has been dubbed the “Daydreamin’” version of Sleepwalkin’, a fitting description given how the song’s been transformed into an upbeat, disco-leaning ditty.

Better Oblivion Community Center also recently stopped by NPR’s Tiny Desk to perform Dylan Thomas, Exception To The Rule and My City.

Stream Little Trouble and the new version of Sleepwalkin’ here:

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And watch the duo’s appearance at NPR’s Tiny Desk below:

Check out our interview with Bridgers here.

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