Phoebe Bridgers

Phoebe Bridgers Profiled in Fader

Phoebe Bridgers is interviewed for the cover of the latest issue of Fader:

When Phoebe was 18, an executive from a record label that was courting her told her that she needed to be “darker” on her Twitter account, because her online humor didn’t match her songs. “But me writing sad songs doesn’t mean I am a sad person,” she says. “It’s all real and true, and I suffer, but I am not going to be moody all the time just for a brand. I just want everyone to know, which is what everyone already knows: everyone is everything all the time.”

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