Conor Oberst also takes a pop at Coldplay's Chris Martin during their evening set
Conor Oberst's band extend UK stay into July
From spiritual to celestial; from inner peace to outer space. 2007’s country rock classic ‘Cassadaga’ was an album about finding sense and order in a senseless, orderless universe, inspired by Conor Oberst’s visit to a spiritualist commune in the Florida town of the same name. But now the philosophical coin is flipped: ‘The People’s Key’ is on a mission...
Conor Oberst's band play three UK dates in February
Conor Oberst says 'The People's Key' will be 'rocking'
Conor Oberst and co return in 2011
Before he settled into life as the the folksy liberal conscience of indie America, a kind of Iraq invasion Dylan, Conor Oberst used Bright Eyes to make music that was angry, liquour-drenched, paranoid and – if anyone dare say it anymore – emo. Neva Dinova, meanwhile, are part of the Omaha‑based Saddle Creek clique. In 2004, with Bright Eyes on...
Four new tracks to be added to the 2004 EP