Phoebe Bridgers has released a statement in regard to the Ryan Adams allegations that came to light last week.
Better Oblivion Community Center will be playing Colbert on Wednesday night and CBS This Morning Saturday on January 26th.
Some more information … well, not much information, but lots of speculation … about Better Oblivion Community Center (the rumored project of Phoebe Bridgers and Conor Oberst) has been coming out the past few days.
Phoebe Bridgers has released a video for “Killer.”
Phoebe Bridgers cover of The Cure’s “Friday I’m In Love” is up on Spotify.
Phoebe Bridgers has shared a cover of (Sandy) Alex G’s “Powerful Man” for Amazon Music.
The Felice Brothers have shared a new version of “Patti” featuring Conor Oberst and Phoebe Bridgers for Amazon Music.
Conor Oberst has shared a new version of “LAX” featuring Phoebe Bridgers and Simone Felice for Amazon.
The deluxe edition of Phoebe Bridgers’ fantastic Stranger in the Alps is now out on Spotify and Apple Music. It includes a cover of Tom Petty’s “It’ll All Work Out.”
Phoebe Bridgers performed “Motion Sickness” on Conan last night.
Related to the below Fader profile on Phoebe Bridgers, if you’ve never seen the TV commercials mentioned in the piece, you can watch those here.
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.”
Phoebe Bridgers has released a new video for “Scott Street.”
Julien Baker, Phoebe Bridgers, and Lucy Dacus will release their debut EP as Boygenius on November 9th. Today they’ve debuted three songs on Spotify and Apple Music. The full press release can be found below.
Last night at NPR Music’s ‘Turning The Tables Live’ concert and discussion, moderator Ann Powers asked Phoebe Bridgers about a new project with her, Julien Baker, and Lucy Dacus. Phoebe confirmed it was real.
Yeah, I am here for this.
Phoebe Bridgers performed “Scott Street” live for Vevo.