PIXIES, Bright Eyes For End Of The Road 2020

Brenda Watkins
January 22, 2020

Conor Oberst, Nathaniel Walcott, and Mike Mogis have reunited as Bright Eyes after almost a decade apart, and their fans have a lot to look forward to in 2020. The band, Conor Oberst, Mike Mogis and Nathaniel Walcott, will signed to Dead Oceans ahead of a new album due in 2020.

Bright Eyes latest album, The key of the people was released in 2011. 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.

It is still unclear when fans can expect new material from the "Fevers and Mirrors" rockers, although Dead Oceans co-founder Phil Wardolf expressed his excitement about "be [ing] part of another great chapter in Bright Eyes enduring legacy".

Bright Eyes have been hinting at some sort of reunion, and now the long-dormant band have confirmed they will play a series of shows throughout 2020.

The trio returned to the studio previous year to quietly work on new materical for the first time since 2011, according to a release from their new indie label Dead Oceans.

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Nearly exactly a year ago today, Conor Oberst surprise-released a monumental collaboration with Phoebe Bridgers as Better Oblivion Community Center-a no-brainer spot-filler on our Best Albums of 2019 list.

Colonel released the solo albums Upside down mountain. Stay tuned for more from the band.

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Bright Eyes was previously signed to Saddle Creek Records, founded by Mogis and Oberst's brother Justin Oberst.

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