Bright Eyes have shared a brand new tune, “One and Done,” from their upcoming new album, which is predicted to be launched later this 12 months by way of Dead Oceans.
The monitor seems like an exhausted, however stoic accounting of a crumbling world. An atmospheric rhythm part — that includes the Red Hot Chili Peppers’ Flea on bass — holds collectively a mixture of lonesome guitars and chamber-pop strings, whereas Conor Oberst sings: “Around here we’ve been wondering what tomorrow’s going to sing/On the final field recording from the loud Anthropocene.” Other contributors to the tune embrace Jon Theodore and Miwi La Lupa.
“One and Done” follows beforehand launched tracks “Forced Convalescence” and “Persona Non Grata.” The latter arrived at the finish of March and marked Bright Eyes’ first new music since 2011’s The Peoples’ Key. At the time, the band additionally introduced its new document cope with Dead Oceans, though a launch date and title for the upcoming document have but to be revealed.
Bright Eyes had been speculated to embark on a 2020 tour to help their new album, however these dates have both been canceled or postponed till 2021 as a consequence of ongoing issues about the coronavirus pandemic.