Desaparecidos, Conor Oberst’s politically-inclined punk band, got back together last year, and they’ve released two two-song 7″ singles since then. Today, we get to hear the third. The two new songs “Te Amo Camila Vallejo” and “The Underground Man” are righteous, fiery pieces of trad-rock that remind me, in their strained sincerity and all-out speed, of prime Against Me!, though Desaparecidos probably influenced Against Me! before anything happened in reverse. The new single is out now, both as a 7″ and a download, and you can stream (and buy) both songs here.
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