Conor Oberst's latest romp with Bright Eyes, The People's Key, is the band's first since 2007's (mostly) critically lauded Cassadaga. And even though the album is still two weeks from its official release, the folks at NPR have a full stream up for you. As such, you can get a taste of the 10 tracks on The People's Key before deciding to drop some bills on it. The record features a load of guest players, including Autolux's Carla Azar and Cursive's Matt Maginn, and some pretty heavy electronics usage. You know, kind of like what Bright Eyes brought forth on Digital Ash in a Digital Urn.
Stream The People's Key at NPR. It's due out Feb. 15.