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Phoebe Bridgers Shares Video for “Killer”

Stranger in the Alps Out Now via Dead Oceans

Dec 13, 2018 Phoebe Bridgers
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Phoebe Bridgers released her debut album, Stranger in the Alps, back in September 2017 via Dead Oceans and then released a deluxe digital version in October 2018, also via Dead Oceans. Now she has shared a video for the album’s stunning “Killer” (an acoustic version of the song was the first thing Bridgers ever released). Gus Black directed the stark, but effective black & white video, filming it in Joshua Tree, CA this past summer. Watch it below.

Black had this to say about the video in a press release: “I thought this location was visually perfect for Phoebe’s performance.”

The Los Angeles-based singer/songwriter recently did a session for Spotify where she covered The Cure’s classic “Friday I’m in Love,” from their 1992 album Wish, turning it into a piano-backed ballad, and also performed her own song “Scott Street.” Before that, she also recently shared a cover of McCarthy Trenching’s “Christmas Song.” It features guest vocals from Jackson Browne and includes sleigh bells, so it’s a full on Christmas song. It was our #2 Song of the Week.

This year Bridgers has also teamed up with fellow singer/songwriters Julien Baker and Lucy Dacus to form supergroup Boygenius, whose self-titled debut EP was released in October via Matador.

Read our 2017 exclusive interview with Phoebe Bridgers and check out our photo-shoot with her.

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