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Bright Eyes are back, and teasing something or other for 2020

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Published: 12:58 pm, January 10, 2020
Bright Eyes are back, and teasing something or other for 2020

Bright Eyes are back, and teasing something or other for 2020.

The band - led by Conor Oberst (pictured) - have launched a new Instagram account, with their inaugural post including the hashtag #BrightEyes2020. Oo-er.

Bright Eyes haven't released an album since 2011 record 'The People's Key'. Conor however more recently teamed up with Phoebe Bridgers for their collaborative project and self-titled album, ‘Better Oblivion Community Center’.

Keep an eye out for more news soon.

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