by All Songs Considered's Bob Boilen and featuring a live conversation with Bright Eyes members Conor Oberst, Mike Mogis and Nathaniel Walcott.
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It's been nine years since The People's Key, what Oberst then considered the final Bright Eyes album. He's released three studio albums since under his own name, reformed the band Desaparecidos and started another with Phoebe Bridgers, Better Oblivion Community Center. Down in the Weeds, Where the World Once Was is densely textured and rooted in apocalyptic dread. When "Persona Non Grata" was released in March, NPR Music's Stephen Thompson said that Bright Eyes' first song back was "a bundle of nervy anxiety, possibly even a bit too well-suited to the current moment."
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