Alternative • 39m
As part of the GRAMMY Museum’s Programs at Home Series, Moderator Scott Goldman talks with Conor Oberst, Nathaniel Walcott, and Mike Mogis of the band Bright Eyes, about the making of their new album, Down In The Weeds, Where the World Once Was. Their tenth studio album and first release since 2011, Down in the Weeds, Where the World Once Was is an enormous record caught in the profound in-between of grief and clarity – one arm wrestling its demons, the other gripping the hand of love, in spite of it.
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