- 29 Jan 19
The indie-rock pair, who recently formed the group Better Oblivion Community Center, have shared the video for 'Dylan Thomas', a track off their new self-titled album.
Better Oblivion Community Center, a recently formed indie-rock duo made up of Conor Oberst of Bright Eyes and Phoebe Bridgers, have released the video for 'Dylan Thomas', a track from their self-titled debut album.
The surprise collaboration album was released to widespread acclaim last week. The pair have now announced a North American and European tour, due to kick off in March.
Pleased to share with you a commercial for our cherished center directed by ranking Community Center member Michelle Zauner.
In the coming months, Better Oblivion Community Center will hold meetings across the US and Europe.
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While the European dates don't currently include a stop in Ireland, the group are set to appear in Bristol, London, and Manchester.
Better Oblivion Community Center isn't the first time Bridgers and Oberst have collaborated - they recorded a duet, 'Would You Rather', for Bridgers' debut album Stranger in the Alps in 2017.
Watch the video for 'Dylan Thomas', directed by Michelle Zaunerbe of Japanese Breakfast, below: