Bright Eyes will release the new album, The People's Key, produced by Mike Mogis, on February 14th 2011. The band will be playing two special shows in 2011. Head to the replies for the tracklisting and more information on the shows.
Head to the replies to check out a new video from Bright Eyes. The track, titled "Coyote Song," is being sold to raise money for The Florence Project, a charity that provides free legal help to immigrants detained in Arizona.
Conor Oberst, Jim James, and M. Ward will be releasing an album under the supergroup name, Monsters of Folk. The band's self-titled album will drop in September.
01) Dear God (sincerely M.O.F.)
02) Say Please
03) Whole Lotta Losin'
05) The Right Place
06) Baby Boomer
07) Man Named Truth
09) Ahead of the Curve
10) Slow Down Jo
11) Losin Yo Head
12) Magic Marker
13) Map of the World
14) The Sandman, the Brakeman and Me
15) His Masterís Voice
1. Slowly (oh so slowly)
2. To all the Lights in the Windows
3. Big Black Nothing
4. Air Mattress
5. Cabbage Town
6. Ten Women
7. Difference is Time
9. White Shoes
13. Roosevelt Room
14. Eagle on a Pole
15. I got The Reason #2
16. Snake Hill
Bright Eyes can be seen performing "Four Winds" on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno in the replies. The track is taken from the outfit's contemporary release, Cassadaga, which is available now via Saddle Creek Records.
Bright Eyes can be seen performing a new song at the Ogden Theatre in Denver, Colorado. The group are currently touring in support of their latest release, Cassadaga, which is available now courtesy of Saddle Creek Records.
Bright Eyes have launched an exclusive, fan-only ticketing system, in which fans can purchase tickets for their forthcoming headlining tour. You can use the password "omaha" to gain access to the page.
Bright Eyes will be filming a video in the Los Angeles-area this Friday, February 2nd and would love to have some fans in attendance. If you're interested and would like more information, send your name and contact information to email@example.com; you must be 18 years or older.
Bright Eyes will be taping an interview for MTVU's Backstage Pass today. In one part of the program, Conor Oberst will be taking questions from fans. If you have something you've always wanted to ask him, now is the time to do so. Submit questions here.
Bright Eyes have signed a deal to distribute outside of North America through Polydor Records, according to Pitchfork. Don't worry, the band is still on Saddle Creek in North America. Also mentioned in the article, the band will release an EP in early March and their next full-length on April 10th.