Watch: Better Oblivion Community Center performs ‘Little Trouble,’ cover of Bright Eyes’ ‘Easy/Lucky/Free,’ more on KEXP

Fresh off of their European tour

After rounding off a set of European tour dates last month, Phoebe Bridgers and Conor Oberst’s supergroup Better Oblivion Community Center have taken to the stage at Seattle’s KEXP studio to perform a half-hour set.

The intimate performance saw the duo, along with a drummer, bassist, and additional guitarist, perform “Dylan Thomas,” “Didn’t Know What I Was in For,” “Little Trouble,” and a cover of Bright Eyes’ 2005 track, “Easy/Lucky/Free.” “Little Trouble” is a pretty new tune, which came off of a 7-inch vinyl single sold on their April tour.

Watch Better Oblivion Community Center perform on KEXP below.