Conor Oberst is involved in more musical projects than most sane people, and he recently revived Desaparecidos – one of his earlier endeavors – and put out Payola, the band's second album and first since 2002. They're currently supporting the record and made their late night television debut on Late Night With Seth Meyers yesterday (June 24). Check it out above.

The punk band played a few shows and released a few singles since reforming in 2010, and then signed a deal with Epitaph in early 2015 before releasing Payola on June 23. The band is on tour on-and-off from now until November, and their itinerary includes stops at Fun Fun Fun Fest and the Denver and Chicago editions of Riot Fest. Find their complete schedule at their website.

We liked their new album, saying of it in our review, "As a reintroduction of a band that showed so much promise in the early 2000s, Payola goes above and beyond its mission."

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