Conor Oberst is heading out on tour.
Better Oblivion Community Center will be playing Colbert on Wednesday night and CBS This Morning Saturday on January 26th.
Some more information … well, not much information, but lots of speculation … about Better Oblivion Community Center (the rumored project of Phoebe Bridgers and Conor Oberst) has been coming out the past few days.
The Felice Brothers have shared a new version of “Patti” featuring Conor Oberst and Phoebe Bridgers for Amazon Music.
Conor Oberst has shared a new version of “LAX” featuring Phoebe Bridgers and Simone Felice for Amazon.
You can stream Ethan Hawke’s performance of “LAX” from the upcoming Juliet, Naked movie below. The song was written by Conor Oberst and his original demo is also below.
Conor Oberst sat down with Noisey:
“People don’t like to hear it because it’s like, oh, you’re complaining about being famous, but it’s just straight-up objectification,” he says, noting that his celebrity is relatively small in comparison to some famous people he knows. “In their head, someone makes you an object. They disregard your humanity and they expect you to accept it, I guess because you’re getting paid.”
Conor Oberst performed “Too Late to Fixate” last night on Corden.
Conor Oberst’s new album, Salutations, can be streamed below via NPR.
Sun Kil Moon’s new album Common as Light and Love are Red Valleys of Blood is up for stream and Mark Kozelek sat down with Conor Oberst to talk about the album:
I’m pretty rooted in San Francisco after living here for 30 years and I wouldn’t give up my view or what I’ve accomplished here for anything. But now and then I can get annoyed with my West Coast friends who don’t seem to understand the realities that exist between coasts. I’m turned off by elitist attitudes and there’s a lot of that in San Francisco. People are down to earth in Ohio and I’m proud of where I’m from. Though I’ve been to Italy many times, the best Italian restaurant in the world, to me, is Sylvester’s in North Canton, and I like Luigi’s in Akron a lot, too.
Conor Oberst will release his new album Salutations on March 17th. The album will contain seven new songs and full-band renditions of the songs on his last album, Ruminations. He’s also unveiled the new song “Napalm.”
Conor Oberst has released the two songs from his Record Store Day 7″, a new version of “Tachycardia” and the b-side “Afterthought.”
Conor Oberst is streaming his new solo album, Ruminations, on NPR.
Conor Oberst will release his new solo album, Ruminations, on October 14th. The album cover and track listing can be found below and pre-orders are now up.
Conor Oberst has announced a series of solo tour dates for the end of this year. You can find those below.