[Originally posted on Instagram on February 2, 2019]
Conor Oberst, one of my long time favorite song writers (with his 2016 album being one of my favorites that year) released a secret project with another great musician, Phoebe Bridgers, under the name Better Oblivion Community Center. It's an album about actually wanting to do genuine good in the world vs. the things most people do that just look good, the conflicting but often paired desires of longing for acceptance at the same time as invisibility, falling in love with the things around you for no reason other than they've been around you a long time, and being fear stricken by the information and technology we live with.

Most of the album is sung by them together in unison. It's a very comforting album.

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