Plus: other bands!
Ignore the weird science monologue.
The People's Key is out February 15.
Hear Bright Eyes' latest jam.
Conor Oberst wrote it in protest of the recent anti-immigration laws.
It's sadly sweet and relatively subdued.
You gotta give Brandon Flowers credit, like you would for someone who just burped the alphabet.
“Lenders in the Temple,” a hushed, delicately picked lament, is a career peak.
Oberst returns with a pretty great collection of loose, fun, death-obsessed folk ballads.
Plus: New music from 50 Cent and the National!
He's being replaced by ... Val Kilmer?
The fans at Bright Eyes show at Radio City last night were as placid and regal as the Christmas-tree chandelier hanging in the lobby. The only time a butt lifted off the velveteen seats during the gig's first twelve songs was when a lone cropped-hair lady standing in front of Conor Oberst danced, uh, wildly for “Old Soul Song.”