Lord Huron has shared the new version of “The Night We Met” featuring Phoebe Bridgers. The track comes from 13 Reasons Why’s soundtrack.
Phoebe Bridgers brought out her cover of the Japandroids’ “The House that Heaven Built” at her show in Vancouver last week. A fan shot video has made its way online.
Phoebe Bridgers has teamed up with Noah and Abby Gundersen to record a mashup of “Killer” and “The Sound.” A video for the song is up on YouTube, and the song itself is on Spotify and Apple Music. Um, it’s very good.
Phoebe Bridgers performed “Flume” with Bon Iver at their show together in London. You can find some fan shot footage of the collaboration below.
Phoebe Bridgers performed “Motion Sickness,” “Smoke Signals,” and “Scott Street” on CBS This Morning this past Saturday. She was also interviewed for the program.
Phoebe Bridgers will be making her national morning TV debut tomorrow on CBS This Morning: Saturday Sessions. You can check local listings for the time.
Phoebe Bridgers performed an acoustic rendition of “Funeral” for NME.
Phoebe Bridgers has announced some new tour dates.
This cover of “The House That Heaven Built” by Phoebe Bridgers is four years old, but I’m guessing I’m not the only one that hasn’t heard it.
Phoebe Bridgers’ Tiny Desk Concert is up for viewing at NPR.
Phoebe Bridgers has released her rendition of “Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas” on Spotify and Apple Music.
Quite a few artists have covered Tom Petty over the past few days, here’s some of the ones I liked:
The connection found amongst shared interests within pop culture can be the catalyst for some of the strongest bonds in life. A terrible day capped off by the most mundane social event, spent staring at carpets with a drink in hand, can be altered by the moment another human mentions a band you love or nonchalantly slips a quote from your favorite sitcom into conversation; ears prick up from across the room, time stops for a second, a small spark and a “me too” moment occurs. In January of this year, 23-year-old Phoebe Bridgers released “Smoke Signals,” and it managed to hone in on that precise feeling. Packed with references to Bowie, Lemmy, Thoreau’s Walden, The Smiths, and a guitar line that emulates the Twin Peaks theme, the song encapsulates the warm-glow of discovering a connection via a first conversation with someone. It’s a masterclass in introspection and nostalgia that transcends boundaries in a way that it could soundtrack any one of our very own memory trips.
It’s this intimate, conversational approach of Bridgers that makes her debut album Stranger In The Alps a gut-punch of a triumph. The sheer candor and familiarity as foundations are rare to find but the listener has a goldmine here, resulting in one of the most rewarding and affecting records of the year.
Phoebe Bridgers recently played three songs for Paste Magazine. You can watch those out below.
Also, if you haven’t checked out her new album yet, definitely add that to your fall playlist.