We're happy to premiere Kermit Obert's first single “Take It Out,” the acoustic bedroom tune that reflects on bitter people and their inability to put their pent-up rage into something healthy so they “take it out on whoever’s around.”
Scenario: you’re on tour with your band and some gear gets stolen. Ok, you recover, it’s not the end of the world. You wake up a few days later to discover that this time almost all of your gear was stolen.
Conor Oberst isn’t releasing “game changing” albums, but his unique perspective on the human condition is something that will live on forever. Fans, new and old, will keep coming back to Oberst because like Julien Baker said that night “sad songs make people happy.”