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Thursday, April 09, 2020

Phoebe Bridgers - "Kyoto" [Rock & Alternative]

Kyoto

"Kyoto" music video by Phoebe Bridgers
Added: 09-04-2020
Genre : Rock & Alternative
Description : Phoebe Bridgers - Kyoto (Official Video)

“Kyoto,” the new song by Phoebe Bridgers from ‘Punisher’ out June 19 on Dead Oceans.
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Credits:
Directed & Edited by Nina Ljeti
Produced by: Barret Hacia
Grip: Aaron Meister
Production company: Son&Heir

Featuring Emily Bannon, Marshall Vore and Harrison Whitford


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A Los Angeles, California-based folk-rock artist with a dreamy and hook-filled indie pop heart, Phoebe Bridgers' evocative lyrics and commanding voice have drawn comparisons to artists like Julien Baker, Conor Oberst, and Julia Jacklin. A graduate of the Los Angeles County High School for the Arts, Bridgers released her debut 7", "Killer," in 2015 via Ryan Adams' Pax AM label. A trio of buzzworthy singles, "Smoke Signals," "Funeral," and "Motion Sickness," appeared in early 2017 in anticipation of the release of her Dead Oceans-issued debut LP, Stranger in the Alps, which arrived later that September. In 2018, Bridgers garnered even more widespread acclaim with the release of the Boygenius EP, a collaborative effort with fellow indie songwriters Julien Baker and Lucy Dacus.




Tags : 2020, 20s, Phoebe Bridgers

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