Bright Eyes announce live EP release

The next single from 'The People's Key' will be 'Jejune Stars'

Bright Eyes announce live EP release

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Bright Eyes release a new live EP next month.

The new release comes in conjunction with the release of new single 'Jejune Stars' on July 4, the second cut from current album 'The People's Key'.

The 'Live Recordings' EP will be released exclusively through HMV and limited to 1000 digipack CDs. The six songs were recorded on the Conor Oberst-led band’s current tour, and includes tracks from 'The People's Key' as well as older favourites 'Lover I Don't Have To Love', Bowl Of Oranges' and 'Arc Of Time'.

Meanwhile, the video for 'Jejune Stars' was directed by Lance Acord, who has worked as cinematographer on seminal movies such as Buffalo 66, Being John Malkovich and Lost In Translation. You can watch it by scrolling down.

Meanwhile, Bright Eyes play London Royal Albert Hall on June 23, before heading to Glastonbury.

The tracklisting for 'Live Recordings' is:

'Firewall'
'Shell Games'
'Ladder Song'
'Arc Of Time'
'Bowl Of Oranges'
'Lover I Don't Have To Love'






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