At that moment I knew I was in for something special. Oberst’s amigo Denny from El Paso gives a pretty awesome description of the Garden of Eden and he has finally cleared up for me how the dynamics of the universe and how they rotate counterclockwise with eight other universes and create a super universe. With all of my life’s questions being answered within the first three minutes of this album everything from here on out was a bonus.
The track happens to be the first glimpse off his upcoming Saddle Creek release 'The People's Key', out February 15th. Bright Eyes hasn't sounded this good in years, with the songs straight forward rock leanings, and the sparse use of tasteful samples helping to fatten the track up and ease our fears.