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Bright Eyes was an American indie rock band founded by singer-songwriter and guitarist Conor Oberst. It consisted of Oberst, multi-instrumentalist and producer Mike Mogis , trumpet and piano player Nate Walcott , and a rotating lineup of collaborators drawn primarily from Omaha's indie music scene.

In , he released 20 of the songs he had been stockpiling as the first official Bright Eyes album, A Collection of Songs Written and Recorded The sound of the album ranges from bleating vocals to acoustic guitar songs and techno -style synthesizer instrumentals. Critical reaction was negative, with AllMusic saying that many of "the songs disintegrate as his vocals are reduced to the unintelligible babbling of a child.

Any balance the music maintained up to that point, however fragile, is lost and so, more than likely, is the listener. On November 2, , Saddle Creek released Letting Off the Happiness , a ten-track album that displayed a more focused and clearer sound than the previous album. It was predominantly recorded in the Oberst family basement in Omaha on an analog eight track reel to reel ; with some work also done at keyboardist Andy Lemaster 's Athens, Georgia studio.

Oberst has referenced the song "Padraic My Prince" more than once in his music. The song " An Attempt To Tip the Scales " on the album " Fevers and Mirrors " has a faux interview near the end of the track Oberst voiced by Todd Fink , who was a labelmate and had played in other bands with Oberst. The interview was meant to be somewhat sarcastic and most of what the Oberst impersonator said was not true.

At one point the interviewer asks the question: Well actually I had five brothers that drowned. My mother drowned one every year for five consecutive years. They were all named Padraic, and that's why they only got one song. It's kind of like walking out a door and discovering that it's a window.

In , Bright Eyes released Fevers and Mirrors , with new instruments such as the flute , piano , and accordion introduced into the song arrangements. In this interview, the fake Oberst presents a strange, contradictory explanation of his attitude towards his music. It acknowledges criticisms of his lyrics as overblown and insincere, which had begun to appear as the popularity of the band increased, but responds by stating that the lyrics are meant for personal interpretation.

Oberst later commented that "It was a way to make fun of ourselves because the record is such a downer. I mean, that's one part of who I am but I also like laughing. With Lifted or The Story Is in the Soil, Keep Your Ear to the Ground in , Bright Eyes became one of the year's most celebrated "new" artists, despite having been recording under that moniker for a few years. The album was a commercial success and has sold over , copies, [10] a breakthrough for the label and for all of the band's peers at that time.

Oberst stated that, before making this record, both he and Mike Mogis had an idea for a "sort of grandiose sound" that neither could really put into words. This was also the first album made after Oberst's break to play with Desaparecidos. Oberst sang numerous duets with the likes of Springsteen and Neil Young.

This was the first time this had happened on the list in seven years. January 25, saw the release of two distinctly different Bright Eyes albums: An extensive world tour followed the release of those albums. Part one of the tour was in support of I'm Wide Awake and the second part was in support of Digital Ash. The first part was more similar to past tours with an intimate band setting.

The decision to split the tour this way was practical as it would have been a "logistical nightmare" in terms of equipment and staff to perform songs from both albums simultaneously. In early , Bright Eyes supported R. A 7" vinyl single of the song was sold at concerts soon after and was also released as a free track on iTunes. Bright Eyes has actively protested against the Clear Channel media company. Oberst has vocally advocated the boycotting of all Clear Channel events, venues, and radio stations, perhaps most publicly at the Shortlist Awards show at the Wiltern Theatre in Los Angeles on October 5, Louis, Missouri upon discovering that the venue was associated with Clear Channel.

After releasing three albums in , Oberst stated that he did not plan to release an album in Devil Town was featured in April in the final episode of the first season of Friday Night Lights. In a issue, Rolling Stone labeled "Four Winds" as a top song of the year.

He said the song was finished in the dressing room that night. During and , Oberst recorded music and toured in support of his other music projects, Conor Oberst and the Mystic Valley Band and supergroup Monsters of Folk.

In a June issue of Rolling Stone , Oberst announced that he wanted to "retire" the Bright Eyes moniker, and would be making one final album with the band: I'd like to clean it up, lock the door, say goodbye. The concert raised money for a federal lawsuit the ACLU filed against the city of Fremont, Nebraska for an ordinance the city passed on June 21, banning the hiring of or the rental of properties to illegal immigrants.

Conor Oberst has stated that the sound of The People's Key moves away from the folk sound that the band had accomplished on previous records. People say country but I never thought we were very country at all.

But whatever that element is or that aesthetic is, I guess it's worn a little thin for me these days. So we very much wanted it to be rocking and, for lack of a better term, contemporary, or modern. The video for the song "Shell Games" was released via Saddle Creek Records on both the band's YouTube channel [31] and that of Saddle Creek, [32] and features the band playing against various projections. The video features the band playing in a desert with a firework rig behind them, spelling out selected lyrics as Oberst sings them.

In July , it was announced that the band's six last studio albums excluding the Christmas release were to be remastered by Bob Ludwig and reissued in a box set titled The Studio Albums — It was released on September 16, Individual releases were also issued later in the year. The band's permanent members [21] are:. The three collaborate with other artists, [38] of which the following have been credited in the band's releases:.

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On November 2, , Saddle Creek released Letting Off the Happiness , a ten-track album that displayed a more focused and clearer sound than the previous album. It was predominantly recorded in the Oberst family basement in Omaha on an analog eight track reel to reel ; with some work also done at keyboardist Andy Lemaster 's Athens, Georgia studio.

Oberst has referenced the song "Padraic My Prince" more than once in his music. The song " An Attempt To Tip the Scales " on the album " Fevers and Mirrors " has a faux interview near the end of the track Oberst voiced by Todd Fink , who was a labelmate and had played in other bands with Oberst.

The interview was meant to be somewhat sarcastic and most of what the Oberst impersonator said was not true. At one point the interviewer asks the question: Well actually I had five brothers that drowned.

My mother drowned one every year for five consecutive years. They were all named Padraic, and that's why they only got one song.

It's kind of like walking out a door and discovering that it's a window. In , Bright Eyes released Fevers and Mirrors , with new instruments such as the flute , piano , and accordion introduced into the song arrangements. In this interview, the fake Oberst presents a strange, contradictory explanation of his attitude towards his music.

It acknowledges criticisms of his lyrics as overblown and insincere, which had begun to appear as the popularity of the band increased, but responds by stating that the lyrics are meant for personal interpretation. Oberst later commented that "It was a way to make fun of ourselves because the record is such a downer.

I mean, that's one part of who I am but I also like laughing. With Lifted or The Story Is in the Soil, Keep Your Ear to the Ground in , Bright Eyes became one of the year's most celebrated "new" artists, despite having been recording under that moniker for a few years.

The album was a commercial success and has sold over , copies, [10] a breakthrough for the label and for all of the band's peers at that time. Oberst stated that, before making this record, both he and Mike Mogis had an idea for a "sort of grandiose sound" that neither could really put into words. This was also the first album made after Oberst's break to play with Desaparecidos. Oberst sang numerous duets with the likes of Springsteen and Neil Young.

This was the first time this had happened on the list in seven years. January 25, saw the release of two distinctly different Bright Eyes albums: An extensive world tour followed the release of those albums. Part one of the tour was in support of I'm Wide Awake and the second part was in support of Digital Ash.

The first part was more similar to past tours with an intimate band setting. The decision to split the tour this way was practical as it would have been a "logistical nightmare" in terms of equipment and staff to perform songs from both albums simultaneously. In early , Bright Eyes supported R. A 7" vinyl single of the song was sold at concerts soon after and was also released as a free track on iTunes. Bright Eyes has actively protested against the Clear Channel media company.

Oberst has vocally advocated the boycotting of all Clear Channel events, venues, and radio stations, perhaps most publicly at the Shortlist Awards show at the Wiltern Theatre in Los Angeles on October 5, Louis, Missouri upon discovering that the venue was associated with Clear Channel. After releasing three albums in , Oberst stated that he did not plan to release an album in Devil Town was featured in April in the final episode of the first season of Friday Night Lights.

In a issue, Rolling Stone labeled "Four Winds" as a top song of the year. He said the song was finished in the dressing room that night. During and , Oberst recorded music and toured in support of his other music projects, Conor Oberst and the Mystic Valley Band and supergroup Monsters of Folk. In a June issue of Rolling Stone , Oberst announced that he wanted to "retire" the Bright Eyes moniker, and would be making one final album with the band: I'd like to clean it up, lock the door, say goodbye.

The concert raised money for a federal lawsuit the ACLU filed against the city of Fremont, Nebraska for an ordinance the city passed on June 21, banning the hiring of or the rental of properties to illegal immigrants. Conor Oberst has stated that the sound of The People's Key moves away from the folk sound that the band had accomplished on previous records.

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