The People's Key
The People's Key was produced by Mogis and features contributions from members of Cursive, the Faint, Now It's Overhead, Autolux, the Mynabirds, and the Berg Sans Nipple.
The band also announced two tour dates next year, one at New York's Radio City Music Hall on March 9 and one at London's Royal Albert Hall on June 23.
Oberst suggested to Rolling Stone (as quoted in Pitchfork) in 2009 that the next Bright Eyes album may be the band's last, but there was no comment on that matter at press time.
"It does feel like it needs to stop at some point," Oberst said, referring to Bright Eyes. "I'd like to clean it up, lock the door, say goodbye."
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