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After collaborating with the likes of Phoebe Bridgers on their Better Oblivion Community Center album, Conor Oberst revives his most popular project. Emo fans of the mid-aughts, look alive—the terminally morose singer promises a new studio album is in the works with tastemaking label Dead Oceans.



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