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April 2020
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Bright Eyes have returned with a new label and live plans

Conor Oberst and co. are back! Back!! Back!!!
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Published: 8:30 pm, January 21, 2020
Bright Eyes have returned with a new label and live plans

Bright Eyes have officially returned, signing to new label Dead Oceans and announcing their first live shows in nearly a decade.

After spending the first part of the year teasing, this morning the group were announced to be playing End of the Road 2020.

Now, they've expanded on that with further shows, and news of their new label. Dead Oceans is also home to Conor Oberst and Phoebe Bridgers' Better Oblivion Community Center project.

Dead Oceans' co-founder Phil Waldorf says:: "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."

You can check out a teaser below.

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