Bright Eyes' Conor Oberst kicks off solo tour in South America

Singer/songwriter plays intimate Sao Paulo show

Bright Eyes' Conor Oberst kicks off solo tour in South America
Bright Eyes' Conor Oberst kicked off his solo tour with the first of four South American shows (July 16).

Playing at Sao Paulo's Studio SP backed by a small backing band – ahead of linking up with The Mystic Valley Band for the main part of the tour – Oberst's set featured four new songs: 'Get Well Cards', 'Eagle On A Pole', Lenders In The Temple and 'Sausalito'.

Conor Oberst played:

'We Are Nowhere And Its Now'
'Get Well Cards'
'Four Winds'
'You Will. You? Will. You? Will. You? Will'
'First Day Of My Life'
'Eagle On A Pole'
'Falling Out Of Love'
'Arienette'
'Bowl Of Oranges'
'Hit The Switch'
'Lenders In The Temple'
'Cleanse song'
'Lover I Don't Have To Love'
'Sausalito'
'Lua'

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