Desaparecidos, Conor Oberst’s political punk band, have only ever released one album, and that was way the hell back in 2002. But last year, Oberst got the band back together and released two new songs, “MariKKKopa” and “Backsell.” And now they’ve got another two songs loaded up and ready to go, both of them fiery, righteous rockers. “Anonymous” salutes the titular hacker cabal, “The Left Is Right” shouts out the Occupy movement, and both make convincing arguments that Oberst never should’ve stopped belting shit out like this. Listen to both songs at Rolling Stone.

The self-released “Anonymous” b/w “The Left Is Right” single is out 3/12.

Comments (4)
  1. Don’t have anything funny to say, I just like these songs. Hope that’s cool.

  2. I would love to hear a sophomore effort come out of this. The left isn’t always right, though, even when the right is always wrong.

  3. Same pol. leaning…but I like Conor Oberst better when he has interesting things to say

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