Stream Conor Oberst’s “Upside Down Mountain”
Out May 20
Next week Bright Eyes frontman Conor Oberst will release his latest solo offering, Upside Down Mountain. The new album is Oberst's first proper LP since 2009's Outer South with the Mystic Valley Band. With included tracks such "Hundreds of Ways" and "Governor's Ball" previously finding their way online, the entire record has now been made available to stream courtesy of NPR. Upside Down Mountain is due out May 20 via Nonesuch.
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