Sunday, March 13, 2011

The People's Key in action.

Listening to the new Bright Eyes album is a beautiful experience, but Conor Oberst teaches us that watching and listening can be more worthwhile. The band posted a video of a room filled with sofas, vinyl and a projection of song lyrics on the wall. People come in and out of the room to sit on the couch and talk, look at picture frames or pet a dog. At one point Conor comes through with a bottle of wine and reads lyrics while the album plays. It was a cool ritual to watch and it make me wonder why I've never thought of it. Regardless, I've been watching this video daily for almost two weeks now.

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