Watch: Conor Oberst and Phoebe Bridgers drop video for Better Oblivion Community Center track ‘Dylan Thomas’

The clip was directed by fellow musician Japanese Breakfast

After dropping their debut album as Better Oblivion Community Center, Phoebe Bridgers and Conor Oberst have released a music video for their early standout track, “Dylan Thomas.”

The clip was directed by Japanese Breakfast frontwoman Michelle Zauner, and it follows Bridgers and Oberst as they get a hold of a flyer advertising the Better Oblivion Community Center and heading there. Upon their arrival, the musical duo gets sucked into a bizarre cult-like gathering that features blindfolds, virtual reality headsets, and a game of bingo in the sky while they perform the track to a small crowd.

Watch the video for “Dylan Thomas” below.