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When asked about touring with Conor Oberst, Bridgers was quick to point out his humour: “it was fun because they let me ride on the bus so it was like only me and his entire squad.
He talked in a fake British accent the entire time we were in London and then when we went to Edinburgh he was like looking up different bands that were there and made really ridiculous anthems for every place that we went with very specific things, very goofy but amazing.” I first encountered Phoebe Bridgers supporting Oberst on his Edinburgh date back in February and not only did she charm the crowd with her solo material, but later returned to the stage alongside Oberst to perform a breathtaking duet of Bright Eyes classic ‘Lua’.
~ In January of this year, Phoebe Bridgers released ‘Smoke Signals’: a brooding, ethereal track that relays the darker parts of 2016: a year which stockpiled celebrity deaths, political disappointments and a general sense of existential defeat.
Written in a cabin in Ketchum, Idaho, ‘Smoke Signals’ is both claustrophobic and emotionally probing.
"The songs, essentially, are just pretty simple folk songs," he told magazine in 2005.
She brings up fellow LA-mythologiser Father John Misty as an example of someone totally “emo but also self-deprecating”, and Josh Tillman’s self-fashioned New Age millennial preacher seems an important reference point.
The earnest tenderness of Misty’s vocal delivery is often wrapped up in irony and humour, and the oscillation between these affective poles is what so accurately captures a generation’s soured reality but residue hope.
Winter in Omaha can have a paralysing effect on a person but in this case it worked in my favour.
I was just staying up late every night playing piano and watching the snow pile up outside the window.
Bright Eyes singer Conor Oberst has announced details of his new solo album, ‘Ruminations’, which has been described as a “raw, unadorned” acoustic record.