Better Oblivion Community Center play NPR’s Tiny Desk Concert, share single “Little Trouble”

The track was previously only available on 7” vinyl.

April 24, 2019

Phoebe Bridgers and Conor Oberst appeared at NPR's Tiny Desk Concert to play music from their newly-formed rock group Better Oblivion Community Center. Watch the performance — released on Wednesday — up above.

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While sporting some very cute matching B.O.C.C. uniforms, the duet kicked the performance off with "Dylan Thomas." Later on during the showcase, Oberst traded his guitar for a wonky tiny microphone as they played "Exception to the Rule" with supporting instrumentation from Christian Lee Hutson on the guitar, and Emily Retsas on an ominchord.

Along with the performance, Oberst and Bridgers have released "Little Trouble" on digital platforms. The single was originally only available on 7" vinyl.

Stream "Little Trouble" down below, and watch the Tiny Desk Concert up above.

Better Oblivion Community Center play NPR’s Tiny Desk Concert, share single “Little Trouble”