For what seems like it'll only be one show, but still! They were awesome, also kind of a big deal to these guys. Pitchfork reported late yesterday that the Conor Oberst-fronted punk outfit is coming together again after nearly a decade of inactivity to play the Concert of Equality in his hometown of Omaha, a benefit whose proceeds will support the ACLU's suit against Nebraska's controversial Fremont law. Oberst is also re-assembling his long dormant Bright Eyes project for the occasion, "anti-immigrant" legislation something he's become increasingly vocal about in recent weeks. With Cursive and an also reunited Lullaby for the Working Class set to play as well, it feels like 1999 again. Man, the only band missing from the fray is er, Commander Venus. Snort.