Phoebe Bridgers was just 22 when she made “Stranger in the Alps,” her acclaimed 2017 debut. Since then, she has been involved in collaborations with Conor Oberst and others. She also became the producer of her albums, including her latest titled “Punisher.”
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Recently, she performed a “Tiny Desk (Home) Concert” for NPR, in front of a green screen of the Oval Office. For her ‘Tiny Desk‘ performance she started with “Kyoto,” a story song based on her first trip to Japan, followed by a sweet version of “Moon Song” and then, the band kicks into her surreal doomsday tune “I Know the End.”
Phoebe Bridgers Performance On CBS This Morning
These songs mark her second album ‘Punisher’, which was released last month. Bridgers released the visuals for singles ‘Garden Song’, ‘Kyoto’, and ‘I See You.’ She and, singer-songwriter, Arlo Parks also covered Radiohead’s classic “Fake Plastic Trees” for BBC Radio 1’s Piano Sessions.
Phoebe Lucille Bridgers is an American indie rock musician from Los Angeles, California. Best known for her work as a solo singer-songwriter, she is also a part of two music groups: Boygenius, and Better Oblivion Community Center.