• Bright Eyes: Down In The Weeds Where The World Once Was (Red & Orange Colored Vinyl) Vinyl 2LP - LIMIT 1 PER CUSTOMER
  • Bright Eyes: Down In The Weeds Where The World Once Was (Red & Orange Colored Vinyl) Vinyl 2LP - LIMIT 1 PER CUSTOMER
  • Bright Eyes: Down In The Weeds Where The World Once Was (Red & Orange Colored Vinyl) Vinyl 2LP - LIMIT 1 PER CUSTOMER
  • Bright Eyes: Down In The Weeds Where The World Once Was (Red & Orange Colored Vinyl) Vinyl 2LP - LIMIT 1 PER CUSTOMER
  • Bright Eyes: Down In The Weeds Where The World Once Was (Red & Orange Colored Vinyl) Vinyl 2LP - LIMIT 1 PER CUSTOMER

Bright Eyes
Down In The Weeds Where The World Once Was (Red & Orange Colored Vinyl) Vinyl 2LP

Dead Oceans

↳ Omaha indie heroes’ first new album since 2011

Vinyl 2LP $24.95
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"The year 2020 is full of significant anniversaries for Bright Eyes. Fevers and Mirrors was released 20 years ago this May, while Digital Ash in a Digital Urn and I’m Wide Awake It’s Morning both turned 15 in January. In 2011 the release of The People’s Key, Bright Eyes’ ninth and most recent album, ushered in an unofficial hiatus for the beloved project. The heart at Bright Eyes’ songwriting still looms culturally, in films and TV shows and through re-imaginings by other artists. Bright Eyes’ expansive catalog has traversed genre, sound, and countless players; unpolished demos or fuzzy folk, electrified rock or country twang. The sharp songwriting and musicianship is all anchored in Bright Eyes’ singular ability to flip deep intimacy into something universal. For so many, for so long, listening to Bright Eyes has been like hearing yourself in someone else’s song – a moment of understanding or illumination, knowing you’re on the same team looking for a way to move through of all this shit. And while 2020 is a year of milestones for the band, it’s also the year Bright Eyes returns, newly signed to indie label Dead Oceans. Amidst the current overwhelming uncertainty and upheaval of global and personal worlds, Conor Oberst, Mike Mogis, and Nathaniel Walcott reunited under the moniker as both an escape from, and a confrontation of, trying times. Getting the band back together felt right, and necessary, and the friendship at the core of the band has been a longtime pillar of Bright Eyes’ output. For Bright Eyes, this long-awaited re-emergence feels like coming home." - Dead Oceans

  • red & orange colored double vinyl pressing
  • custom etched D side
  • digital download included
  • limited edition
  • music label: Dead Oceans 2020

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