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Watch: Conor Oberst - “Till St. Dymphna Kicks Us Out” Video

Salutations Due Out March 17 via Nonesuch

Feb 21, 2017 Conor Oberst
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Conor Oberst of Bright Eyes released a new solo acoustic album, Ruminations, last fall via Nonesuch and on March 17 he’s releasing a new companion album, Salutations, also via Nonesuch. It includes full-band versions of all of Ruminations’ 10 tracks, as well as seven new songs. Previously Oberst shared a video for Salutations’ version of “A Little Uncanny,” as well as two other tracks from the album, “Napalm” and “Tachycardia.” Now he has shared a video for “Till St. Dymphna Kicks Us Out.” Greg Marinaccio directed the clip, which features various characters in a bar. Watch it below, followed by Oberst’s upcoming tour dates.

Salutations was recorded at Malibu’s Shangri-la Studios and at Five Star Studios in Echo Park, Los Angeles. The Felice Brothers were Oberst’s backing band, along with legendary drummer Jim Keltner (who has worked with Neil Young, John Lennon, George Harrison, Bob Dylan, and others). Keltner co-produced the album with Oberst and it was engineered by Oberst’s longtime collaborator Andy LeMaster. Jim James, Blake Mills, Maria Taylor, M. Ward, Gillian Welch, Gus Seyffert, Pearl Charles, Nathaniel Walcott, and Jonathan Wilson all guest on the album. Josh Rawson of The Felice Brothers directed the “A Little Uncanny” video, which features actors playing Oberst at different stages in his life, including in the future.

Oberst had this to say about the album in a press release: “Jim [Keltner] was really the captain of the ship and the spiritual leader of the project. We leaned heavy on his fifty-plus years of musical insight to get us to where we needed to be. He brought such depth and dignity to the proceedings that made everyone else involved rise to the occasion. It was a true stroke of luck that he got involved when he did.”

Oberst has also announced some tour dates, with The Felice Brothers as his backing band. One dollar from every ticket sold will benefit Planned Parenthood, via Plus 1.

Conor Oberst Tour Dates:

February

27 Sydney, AUS @ Sydney Opera House

March

9 Omaha, NE @ The Waiting Room Lounge
10 Kansas City, MO @ Madrid Theater
11 Memphis, TN @ Minglewood Hall
12 Tulsa, OK @ Cain’s Ballroom
14 San Antonio, TX @ Paper Tiger
16 Spicewood, TX @ Luck Reunion
17 Houston, TX @ Warehouse Live
18 New Orleans, LA @ The Civic Theatre
19 Macon, GA @ Cox Capitol Theatre
21 Asheville, NC @ The Orange Peel
22 Chattanooga, TN @ Track 29
23 Atlanta, GA @ Variety Playhouse
24 McMinnville, TN @ Bluegrass Underground
25 St Louis, MO @ The Pageant
26 Iowa City, IA @ The Englert Theater

May

12 Oakland, CA @ The Fox
13 Los Angeles, CA @ The Greek Theater
19 Austin, TX @ ACL Live at The Moody Theater

July

14-16 Louisville, KY @ Forecastle Festival
20 Brooklyn, NY @ Celebrate Brooklyn
21 Boston, MA @ The House of Blues



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