He's had three solo albums since 2014, his punk band Desaparecidos reunited in in 2015, and past year he and Phoebe Bridgers formed the band Better Oblivion Community Center. They have also signed to Dead Oceans and have been recording, with intentions to release new music this year.
As if that weren't enough, the band have announced they've signed to record label Dead Oceans for a new album.
Keep your eye out for announcements regarding new music, but below you will find the newly announced Bright Eyes tour dates - their first in almost a decade. Bright Eyes will end the summer by playing at the British End Of The Road festival.
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Since Bright Eyes went on hiatus, Mogis has kept busy as a producer and Walcott has worked as a film composer. There has been speculation that there might be more in the works from Bright Eyes this year after the band popped back up on social media recently.
Pixies will be headlining the festival, with Angel Olsen, Little Simz and King Krule also performing. To get to work with a band that is part of our own origin stories in falling in love with music is the rarest of privileges. Other acts come later. ⠀ ⠀ For the nostalgic among you, the legends of 00s @brighteyesofficial have re-formed after an interruption of nearly ten years just in time for their EOTR debut while the magnificent @richardhawley returns to Dorset 12 years after his performance as 2008.se ⠀ Elsewhere, we bring you some of the most exciting artists working today, including British rap pioneer Little Simz, the apocalyptic funk space of The Comet is Coming, the breathtaking delicate sounds by Aldous Harding and many others.
Bright Eyes was previously under contract to Saddle Creek Records, which was founded by Mogis and Colonel brother Justin Oberst.