Red Hot Chili Peppers’ Flea and Queens of the Stone Age’s Jon Theodore also appear on the track.
Conor Oberst and the band deliver three Down in the Weeds tracks and a People’s Key throwback.
Plus, Conor Oberst talks reuniting the band, quarantine in Omaha, and getting covered by Mac Miller and Lorde.
Also watch the reunited outfit perform on CBS This Morning.
The band’s tenth album overall, and their first in nearly a decade.
The Omaha indie rockers find both a natural and surprising connection between their past and present.
The Omaha indie rockers discuss quarantine, working with Flea, and making music again after a long time apart.
As Stephen Colbert noted, “It’s been almost ten years since their last performance together.”
It’s called Down in the Weeds Where the World Once Was, and it drops in August.
One of the most popular songs from her Better Oblivion Community Center collaborator.
Reunited outfit’s latest offering also includes contributions from Queens of the Stone Age’s Jon Theodore.
A majority of the group’s North American shows have been canceled outright.