Better Oblivion Community Center

Better Oblivion Community Center at Lincoln Hall. Photos and words by Steve Sym

Better Oblivion Community Center Opened its Doors for Two Nights in Chicago 

Photo: Steve Sym

Photo: Steve Sym

Phoebe Bridgers and Conor Oberst’s, Better Oblivion Community Center, conducted two sold-out “meetings” at Chicago’s Lincoln Hall on March 23 and 24, where they performed songs from their self-titled Dead Oceans debut release.

The Community Center, rounded out by Christian Lee Hutson on guitar, Emily Retsas on bass and Marshall Vore on drums conducted a prolific meeting for its “members” that consisted of seventeen songs from BOCC’s debut release, along with song’s from Oberst’s band Bright Eyes and Bridgers solo work and one new BOCC song that’s available on a limited edition 7”.

Be sure to visit the Better Oblivion Community Center when it opens its doors for a meeting your town!