EP. A typically somber offering, it's a far cry from the EP's title track,
"Four Winds". Here, Conor Oberst is his usual fire-and-brimstone self,
framed by fiddles that lend a homespun country charm to a track that...
well, details the end of the world.
All your old apocalypse pals are here: decomposing bodies, the whore of
Babylon, and yes, even "great Satan" himself. Naturally, Oberst remains
upbeat-- almost optimistic-- employing none of his vocals' trademark warbles
or weepiness. It makes sense, in a way: sing about the end of the world,
sound happy. Sing about breakups, sound like it's the end of the world.
LP / CD / MP3
LP / CD / Deluxe CD / MP3