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Down In The Weeds, Where The World Once Was


Bright Eyes’ tenth studio album and first release since 2011, ‘Down in the Weeds, Where the World Once Was’ is an enormous record caught in the profound in-between of grief and clarity - one arm wrestling its demons, the other gripping the hand of love, in spite of it. The end of Bright Eyes’ unofficial hiatus came naturally. Conor Oberst pitched the idea of getting the band back together during a 2017 Christmas party at Bright Eyes bandmate Nathaniel Walcott’s Los Angeles home. The two huddled in the bathroom and called Mike Mogis, who was Christmas shopping at an Omaha mall. Mogis immediately said yes. There was no specific catalyst for the trio, aside from finding comfort amidst a decade of brutal change. The resulting Bright Eyes album came together unlike any other of its predecessors. ‘Down in the Weeds, Where the World Once Was’ is Bright Eyes’ most collaborative, stemming from only one demo and written in stints in Omaha and in bits and pieces in Walcott’s Los Angeles home. Radically altering a writing process 25 years into a project seems daunting but Oberst said there was no trepidation: “Our history and our friendship, and my trust level with them, is so complete and deep. And I wanted it to feel as much like a threeheaded monster as possible.” ‘Down in the Weeds, Where the World Once Was’ is a distillation of a prolific, enduring canon. It’s immediate and urgent, the product of its creators’ growth across a decade apart, as well as the need to make a record togeth

Tracks

1~1~Pageturners Rag
1~2~Dance And Sing
1~3~Just Once In The World
1~4~Mariana Trench
1~5~One And Done
1~6~Pan And Broom
1~7~Stairwell Song
1~8~Persona Non Grata
1~9~Tilt-A-Whirl
1~10~Hot Car In The Sun
1~11~Forced Convalescence
1~12~To Death’S Heart (In
1~13~Three Parts)
1~14~Calais To Dover
1~15~Comet Song

Details

Format: Vinyl
Artist: Bright Eyes
Release Date: 21 August 2020
Genre: Alternative
Label: Dead Oceans
Distributor: Inertia Music

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