Bummed out about taxes that are due next week? Conor Oberst ain't gonna pay your tab, but he is offering a free documentary on his website starting next Wednesday, April 15.
The hour-long doc, One of My Kind, is a behind-the-scenes look at the Bright Eyes frontman's past year and a half, when he traveled the world in support of last year's self-titled solo album with the Mystic Valley Band. Footage includes scenes from Mexico, where the album was recorded, and from the road.
There's also plenty of scenes featuring the group hard at work on their new album, Outer South, which not-so-coincidentally comes out a few weeks later on May 5. After that, they're back on the road again, with a stop at the Grog Shop on July 1. —Michael Gallucci
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