Plus, the dynamic duo share their first music video for “Dylan Thomas”.
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The songwriters join for what feels like a true collaboration and not just a patchwork of ideas.
Featuring performances of “Dylan Thomas”, “Didn’t Know What I Was In For”, and “My City”.
This week’s New Sounds also features Ariana Grande, Jenny Lewis, and Flight of the Conchords.
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Old-school effects accompany the duo’s late-night rendition of “Dylan Thomas”.
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The two folk songwriters also debuted their new band on the Late Show with Stephen Colbert.
Following his collaborations with Phoebe Bridgers earlier this month.
Taken from Amazon Music’s “Produced By” series with The Felice Brothers’ Simone Felice.
Oberst-penned track was originally performed by Ethan Hawke as part of the Juliet, Naked soundtrack.
Veteran actor gets a helping hand from a lineup of veteran rockers.
Ryan Adams, M. Ward, and Robyn Hitchcock also contributed songs to the soundtrack.
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Conor Oberst cameos in the charming visual.