Until now, the last solo offering we heard from Phoebe Bridgers was 2017’s debut album Stranger in the Alps. Since then she’s released music through her collaborative projects. Her band Better Oblivion Community Centre with Conor Oberst released their self-titled debut last year, and Boygenius, with Julien Baker and Lucy Dacus, released an EP back in 2018.
New single ‘Garden Song’, however, marks the first taste of her forthcoming second album. Long-time Bridgers fans will love it, a sparse and atmospheric indie-folk slow-burner in the same vein as Alps.
The trippy accompanying lo-fi video, directed by her brother Jackson, sees her rip a big ol’ bong before being visited by a host of bizarre creatures, including a cloaked figure played by comedian Tig Notaro.
Watch the video for ‘Garden Song’ below.