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Bright Eyes Announce First Show in Over 9 Years

Bright Eyes have signed to Dead Oceans for a new album and announced their first live performances in more than nine years. Conor Oberst and co. will play Tokyo in March, Los Angeles, and New York in May and June, and England’s End of the Road festival festival in September. Dead Oceans co-founder Phil Waldorf…

Bright Eyes have signed to Dead Oceans for a new album and announced their first live performances in more than nine years. Conor Oberst and co. will play Tokyo in March, Los Angeles, and New York in May and June, and England’s End of the Road festival festival in September.

Dead Oceans co-founder Phil Waldorf said in a press release, “Bright Eyes is not just a formative artist for me personally, but for countless people who work at Dead Oceans. To get to work with a band that is part of our own origin stories in falling in love with music is the rarest of privileges. We are thrilled to be part of another great chapter in Bright Eyes enduring legacy.”

Bright Eyes’ last studio album was 2011’s The People’s Key. Earlier this month, the group launched an Instagram account, posting a mysterious teaser video. They’ve also shared images of posters plastered on city walls via their Instagram stories.

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