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It's 10.30am and he normally rises after noon, but with two strong lattes inside him he's slowly coming to.
"Four Winds" is also the name of a song on Bright Eyes' (aka Oberst's) 2007 album Cassadaga, but now he's still on the aforementioned ring and how he recently had it blessed in Tepoztlan, Mexico.
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Fêted by the likes of Michael Stipe, Lou Reed and Sonic Youth's Thurston Moore, Oberst is a rather enigmatic individual who last year performed with the LA Philharmonic at the Hollywood Bowl.
The singer from Omaha, Nebraska, has been described as a "lightning rod for his generation", and a "boy wonder" of indie songwriting, but it's a quiet charisma he exudes when you meet him in person.
"A native American friend of mine did it for me during a visit to the Pyramid of the Sun," says the diminutive, raven-haired singer.
"Now it feels extra magical and I wear it all the time." What was Oberst doing in Tepoztlan? Given that Cassadaga was named for a spiritualist community in Florida that Oberst had visited, it was only natural that he would be drawn to a small Mexican town famous for Aztec magic and its high incidence of UFO sightings; a town that is also the reputed birthplace of the feathered-serpent-god Quetzalcoatl. " says the singer of the locale that spawned his 14th album, Conor Oberst.
Oberst has also engaged with the nuts and bolts of US politics, famously penning the George Dubya-baiting "When the President Talks to God", and touring with Bruce Springsteen et al on 2004's much publicised but ultimately ineffectual Vote For Change jaunt.