Phoebe Bridgers x Arlo Parks – Fake Plastic Trees (Radiohead) – Radio 1 Piano Session

 

Phoebe Bridgers x Arlo Parks perform a stripped back Radio 1 Piano Sessions version of ‘Fake Plastic Trees’ by Radiohead for Phil Taggart’s Chillest Show

 

 

 

 

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Arlo Parks and Phoebe Bridgers. Credit: Jenn Five/NME and Frank Ockenfels
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Lyrics
A green plastic watering can
For a fake Chinese rubber plant
In the fake plastic earth
That she bought from a rubber man
In a town full of rubber plans
To get rid of itself
It wears her out, it wears her out
It wears her out, it wears her out
She lives with a broken man
A cracked polystyrene man
Who just crumbles and burns
He used to do surgery
On the girls in the eighties
But gravity always wins
And it wears him out, it wears him out
It wears him out, it wears
She looks like the real thing
She tastes like the real thing
My fake plastic love
But I can’t help the feeling
I could blow through the ceiling
If I just turn and run
And it wears me out, it wears me out
It wears me out, it wears me out
And if I could be who you wanted
If I could be who you wanted
All the time, all the time

Songwriters: Philip James Selway / Jonathan Richard Guy Greenwood / Edward John O’brien / Thomas Edward Yorke / Colin Charles Greenwood
Fake Plastic Trees lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music Ltd

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Phoebe Bridgers on Austin City Limits “I Know the End”

Dec 3, 2021

Phoebe Bridgers performs “I Know the End” on Austin City Limits. Olivia Rodrigo / Phoebe Bridgers premieres on December 4, 2021, on most PBS stations. Watch live on your local PBS station or stream later at pbs.org/austincitylimits

Phoebe Bridgers Live at Red Rocks Unpaused (9/1/2020)

 

Phoebe Bridgers performing live at Red Rocks in Colorado for the interactive livestream event Red Rocks Unpaused: A 3-Day Concert Series, presented by Visible. Recorded and broadcasted live at https://visiblexredrocks.com/ on September 1, 2020. #visibleXredrocks SETLIST 0:19 Motion Sickness 4:26 DVD Menu 5:14 Garden Song 9:55 Kyoto 13:15 Punisher 17:02 Halloween 22:04 Chinese Satellite 25:45 Moon Song 32:49 Savior Complex 37:42 ICU (I See You) 41:48 Graceland Too 46:16 Me & My Dog 50:05 I Know the End 57:06 Scott Street
Disclaimer: I do not claim to own this content and do not profit from it, all credit goes to the artist, Dead Oceans, Red Rocks and Visible | The Future of Phone Service https://www.visible.com

 

 

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boygenius – Me & My Dog (Live at The Current)

 

boygenius perform “Me & My Dog” from their self-titled EP, live in The Current studio.

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Phoebe Bridgers – Scott Street (Live) | Vevo DSCVR

 

Phoebe Bridgers – Scott Street an exclusive live performance for Vevo DSCVR, the channel for the best in new music. It’s a real skill to wax forlorn without submitting to the depths of despair. In the last two years, Phoebe Bridgers has shown us just how articulate she can be regarding the troubled side of life while still touting the small joys that mark most day-to-day experiences. Again and again, the singer-songwriter revels in the marvels of the emotional deets that shape who we are. After critics erupted over the eloquence of the 23-year-old’s ‘Stranger In The Alps’ (get the ‘Lebowski’ reference?), the Silver Lake-based Bridgers went through a wave of Joni-Jackson comparisons. Elements of the masters dot her songs, but some of her more recent heroes is Sun Kil Moon’s Mark Kozelek and Elliot Smith – tender wordsmiths whose best work is both vulnerable and poised. If you know Bridgers’ “Smoke Signals” and “Motion Sickness,” you might’ve heard her “Scott Street” before, too. But not like this. Our DSCVR performance turns the tune, inspired by a sunset stroll through her Echo Park hood, into an epic lament. Swirling fiddle lines and cloudy guitar flourishes prove the singer knows exactly what she needs to bolster her designs as she closes with a farewell line of “don’t be a stranger.” Masterful.

Radiohead “Fake Plastic Trees” 1995 (Reelin’ In The Years Archives)

This performance in a recording studio in Holland captures the band during the Bends tour. They perform their hit “Fake Plastic Trees” with no audience. This television show which aired from 1993-2002 was primarily filmed in a recording studio and featured artists such as Coldplay, James Taylor, Elvis Costello, Sheryl Crow, Foo Fighters, Ice T & Jan Akkerman, Jellyfish, Posies, Elliott Smith, Jackson Browne, Black Crowes, Bruce Cockburn, and many others. We’re fortunate to have all of the raw camera angles for the entire series, which contain many songs that never aired. Reelin’ In The Years Productions houses the world’s largest library of music footage, containing over 20,000 hours of material covering nearly every genre from the last 60 years. We have live concerts, TV appearances, interviews, in-studio segments, b-roll, and more. In addition to music, we have thousands of hours of interviews with the most recognizable celebrities, comedians, politicians, athletes, artists, and authors of the 20th Century. If you need footage for your film, documentary, TV show, commercial, museum exhibit, or presentation, we are your one-stop-shop. 

 

 

Radiohead – Fake Plastic Trees |  (HD 1080p)

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boygenius – “Salt In The Wound” (Live at WFUV)

 

boygenius performs “Salt In The Wound” live in Studio A. Recorded 11.7.18. Host: Alisa Ali Audio: Jim O’Hara Cameras: Brian Gallagher, Jeffrey Pelayo, Nora Doyle, Kay Kurkierewicz and Jake Lee Editor: Kay Kurkierewicz and Jake Lee

 

boygenius – Full Performance (Live on KEXP)

http://KEXP.ORG presents boygenius (Julien Baker, Phoebe Bridgers, Lucy Dacus) performing live at Avast! Recording Co.. Recorded November 24, 2018.

Songs:
Souvenir
Cowboy Take Me Away
Me & My Dog
Ketchum, ID

Host: Cheryl Waters
Audio Engineers: Tom Hall, Julian Martlew & Kevin Suggs
Audio Mixer: Julian Martlew
Cameras: Jim Beckmann, Scott Holpainen & Kendall Rock
Editor: Jim Beckmann

Trying to keep the analysis down to 3 words: Cathartic, Viking, and Resounding. We tried for brevity and arrived at Irish all the same. Hot damn. Some may need a cigarette, but those who don’t smoke cigarettes choose their relief and/or smudge with a sacred palo santo wood. Damn, this performance of this well-written song is great. The drummer felt it, too, as he kept his eyes closed. Phoebe’s backup vocals-yes, Julian’s lead thrashing guitar, Lucy’s restrained lead vocal, and the ancillary players from Phoebe’s band, drummer, and rhythm guitarist, Nashville-based songwriter Harrison Whitford (looks like Daniel Radcliffe).

Lyrics

You put salt in the wound
And a kiss on my cheek
You butter me up
And you sit down to eat
You add insult to injury
You say you believe in me
But you haven’t decided
About taking or leaving me
But you take and you take
Like silks up my sleeve
Tied corner to corner, never-ending
Trick after trick, I make the magic
And you unrelentingly ask for the secret
Neck full of mockingbirds
All calling your name
I tried to sing it all back
Like I heard it, it doesn’t sound the same
I’m gnashing my teeth
Like a child of Cain
If this is a prison, I’m willing to burn my own chain
But you take and you take
Like silks up my sleeve
Tied corner to corner, never-ending
Trick after trick, I make the magic
And you unrelentingly ask for the secret
They say the hearts and minds are on your side
They say the finish line is in your sights
What they don’t say is what’s on the other side
They say the hearts and minds are on your side
Source: Musixmatch
Songwriters: Lucy Dacus / Julien Baker / Phoebe Bridgers
Salt In The Wound lyrics © Kobalt Music Services America, Looseleaf Day kiss, Whatever Mom, Big Deal Beats (Big Deal), Kobalt Music Services America Inc Kamsa

 

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boygenius – Souvenir (Live at The Current)

 

 

boygenius perform the song “Souvenir” from their self-titled EP, live in The Current studio. The song was prominently featured in ‘The Walking Dead’ Season 9 Episode 14 “Scars”

[Verse 1: Julien Baker] Dreamcatcher in the rearview mirror Hasn’t caught a thing yet Twenty dollars on a souvenir Anything’s worth trying stay out of your nightmares Few hours in your dream last night Always end up dying You said because of course I did Ooh-oh-oh Ooh-oh-oh [Verse 2: Phoebe Bridgers] Always managed to move in Right next to cemeteries And never far from a hospital I don’t know what that tells you about me [Verse 3: Lucy Dacus] Pulling thorns out of my palm Work a midnight surgery When you cut a hole into my skull Do you hate what you see? Like I do Ooh-oh-oh Ooh-oh-oh Ooh-oh-oh Ooh-oh-oh Ooh-oh-

 

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boygenius: NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert

 

This trio is a special gift to us all in 2018.
Set List “Souvenir” “Me & My Dog” “Ketchum, ID” Credits Producers: Bob Boilen, Morgan Noelle Smith; Creative Director: Bob Boilen; Audio Engineer: Josh Rogosin; Videographers: Morgan Noelle Smith, Kaylee Domzalski, Beck Harlan; Editor: Kaylee Domzalski; Production Assistant: Brie Martin; Photo: Cameron Pollack/NPR

 

 

Boygenius: How Phoebe Bridgers, Lucy Dacus, and Julien Baker Formed Rock’s Best Supergroup

I Know the End” by Phoebe Bridgers, out now on Dead Oceans.  

Video Credits: Director: Alissa Torvinen Executive Producer/Producer: Dilly Gent Production company: Son&Heir Producer: Barret Hacia Production Manager: Sean Blau Director of Photography: Casey Stolberg Steadicam: Chris Loh  Gaffer: Quinn Brudos-Sommers Key Grip: Hiram Borges 1st AD: Peter Etherington Production Designer: Britt Keller HMU: Jenna Nelson Costumer: Dagmarette Yen 2nd AD: Sherry Shi Editor: Niles Howard Color: Bryan Smaller / Company 3 VFX: Ryan Game  1st AC: Connor Lambert 2nd AC: Will Hecht Set Lighting Tech: Andrew Kendall Live Lighting Design: Nick “Spike” Inglis Best Boy Electric: Ben Perez Best Boy Grip: Michael Rosner-Hyman Grip Ashley: Petrie Production Designer: Britt Keller Art Assistant: Chelsea Alexander  Studio Teacher: Chelsea Northrop Truck PA: Akeem Glenn PA: Matt Keibler PA: Mark Kaercher PA: Drake Escrofani PA: Alex Rodriguez Band: Phoebe Bridgers Band: Marshall Vore Band: Harry Whitford Band: Odessa Jorgensen Band: Nick White Band: Jackson Bridgers Band: Christian Lee Hutson Woman: Lily Hayes Apple Kid: Clementine Huston BG: Adam Sputh BG: Zoe Donahoe BG: Emily Bannon  BG: Devin Fance BG: John Hein BG: Jeremy Mao BG: Garcia Segura BG: Grace Garner BG: Lulu Clark BG: Ruby Henley Filmed at LA Memorial Coliseum

Phoebe Bridgers – I Know the End (Official Video)

 

 Lyrics: Somewhere in Germany but I can’t place it Man I hate this part of Texas Close my eyes, fantasize Three clicks and I’m home When I get back I’ll lay around Then I’ll get up and lay back down Romanticize a quiet life There’s no place like my room But you had to go I know, I know, I know Like a wave that crashed and melted on the shore Not even the burnouts are out here anymore And you had to go I know, I know, I know Out in the park we watch the sunset Talking on a rusty swing set After a while you went quiet  And I got mean I’m always pushing you away from me But you come back with gravity And when I call you come home A bird in your teeth So I gotta go I know, I know, I know When the sirens sound you’ll hide under the floor But I’m not gonna go down in my hometown in a tornado I’m gonna chase it I know, I know, I know I gotta go now I know, I know, I know Driving out into the sun Let the ultraviolet cover me up Went looking for a creation myth Ended up with a pair of cracked lips Windows down scream along To some America First rap country song A slaughterhouse, an outlet mall Slot machines, fear of God Windows down, heater on Big bolt of lighting hanging low Over the coast everyone’s convinced It’s a government drone or an alien spaceship Either way we’re not alone I’ll find a new place to be from  A haunted house with a picket fence To float around and ghost my friends I’m not afraid to disappear The billboard said The End Is Near I turned around there was nothing there Yeah, I guess the end is here The end is here Follow Phoebe Bridgers:

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Shutdown/shut-in Spring gives us time to linger, at breakfast, over Oatmeal with cinnamon, organic Wegman’s blueberries, bananas, soy milk, and the May 25, 2020 issue of New Yorker. New Yorker magazine is like an old friend that waits for you, picking up the conversation on new/known people places and things. This morning we owe a credit once again to the much esteemed and worthy periodical. Thanks to the May 25 issue, we have Phoebe Bridgers on our new music Durham Cool plate.  Lyrically mature, vocally nuanced, and yes a perfect accompanist to teenage lust/angst.   Did I mention great hair and perfect features?  The best feature is of course, Phoebe’s brilliant mind.

 

 

Phoebe Bridgers – Full Performance (Live on KEXP)

 http://KEXP.ORG presents Phoebe Bridgers performing live in the KEXP studio. Recorded July 13, 2018. Songs: Smoke Signals Motion Sickness Waiting Room Scott Street Host: Hans Audio Engineer: Kevin Suggs Audio Mixer: Andy D. Park Cameras: Jim Beckmann, Scott Holpainen & Justin Wilmore Editor: Scott Holpainen

Listened to, I know the End, on a short drive home from a State Park hike the Sunday after Thanksgiving. I was arrested on the spot. Unable to go inside after she strummed the first chord and sang the opening lyric. Is there anyone else contemporaneously writing such damn good lyrics today? Very subtle rhyming lines aside no one more deadpan good than Phoebe Bridgers when she taps the muse right in the marrow.

Phoebe Bridgers – I Know the End (Official Video)

Quite a bit of chatter about the Phoebe Quarantine PJ wardrobe consistency. Most likely Occum’s razor tells us to land on songs cut in one day or she has a few pair of the same pajamas. Who is not guilty of wearing the same pajamas one day to the next.

The Face | The 1975 Takeover | Phoebe Bridgers covers ‘Girls’

 

 The Face

 

As part of The 1975’s takeover of The Face, we asked some of the band’s friends to cover songs from their back catalog. Here, Phoebe Bridgers – who appears on four songs from The 1975’s new album ‘Notes on a Conditional Form’ –  performs their song ‘Girls’.  You can watch more covers of The 1975’s songs by Rina Sawayama, Gracie Abrams, Cavetown, Clairo, Pales Waves and Beabadoobee on TheFace.com Courtesy of Dead Oceans.

 

Phoebe Bridgers @ Brooklyn Steel | Pitchfork Live

Phoebe Bridgers performed live November 7th at Brooklyn Steel for Pitchfork Live

Setlist:

00:33 “Smoke Signals”
06:15 “Funeral”
11:09 “Georgia”
17:07 “Demi Moore”
21:06 “Killer”
25:24 “Scott Street”
32:30 “Motion Sickness”
37:22 “You Missed My Heart”

Phoebe Bridgers: Tiny Desk (Home) Concert

SET LIST

“Kyoto”
“Moon Song”
“I Know The End”

MUSICIANS
Phoebe Bridgers: vocals, guitar; Marshall Vore: drums, vocals; Harrison Whitford: guitar; Emily Retsas: bass; Nick White: keyboard; Odessa Jorgensen: violin

CREDITS
Video by: Lucas Belkind, Dalton Gaudin, Jason Lester, Powell Robinson; Audio by: Joseph Lorge; Producer: Bob Boilen; Audio Mastering Engineer: Josh Rogosin; Video Producer: Morgan Noelle Smith; Associate Producer: Bobby Carter; Executive Producer: Lauren Onkey; Senior VP, Programming: Anya Grundmann

Phoebe Bridgers – Motion Sickness (Official Video)

Motion Sickness from Stranger In The Alps out Sep 22 on Dead Oceans.

Directed and Edited by Justin Mitchell
Produced by: Rich Bond and Davis Powers for Striped Blazer Productions
Director of Photography: Michael Lockridge
Assistant Camera: Noah Ramos
Key Grip: Dyron Pacheco
Hair and Makeup: Atlas Ferrera
Styling: Jenny Reyes

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This Paste Studio session is sonically beautiful. First credit goes to Phoebe’s angelic tone, second to the sound engineer. This is the session that made me a fan. Dressed Manhattan lite in her Doc Martens and black dress with her Harrison, Harry Potter slide guitarist accompanist. Nicely done all around. 2015  7″ release produced by Ryan Adams  to now the artist is evolving but so far remaining faithful to pure.

Phoebe Bridgers – Full Session – 7/31/2017 – Paste Studios – New York, NY

Phoebe Bridgers – Full Session
Recorded Live – Paste Studios – New York, NY
More Phoebe Bridgers: https://www.pastemagazine.com/search?…

Audio: Bob Mallory
Video: Brad Wagner

Summary: Los Angeles singer/songwriter Phoebe Bridgers stopped by the Paste studio on July 31 to perform a few tracks ahead of the release of her debut album, Stranger in the Alps. Bridges started off with “Georgia” from her 2015 EP Killer, then performed her two latest singles, “Smoke Signals” and “Motion Sickness.” Stranger in the Alps arrives on September 22.

0:18 Georgia
8:13 Smoke Signals
16:25 Motion Sickness

Sessions: At Home with Phoebe Bridgers

 

Interviews and performances from your favorite artists don’t stop just because of the pandemic! So we bring you Sessions: At Home! For more exclusive videos subscribe to our page and check out Indie1023.org.

Phoebe Bridgers talks about her newest LP “Punisher” which is now nominated for the 2021 Grammys! What are some of the stories behind this prolific album? Bridgers details the stories and production behind the project.

The New York Times Julien Baker, Phoebe Bridgers and Lucy Dacus Formed an Indie-Rock Supergroup
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boygenius – Cowboy Take Me Away (Live on KEXP)

 

http://KEXP.ORG presents Boygenius (Julien Baker, Phoebe Bridgers, Lucy Dacus) performing “Cowboy Take Me Away” live at Avast! Recording Co.. Recorded November 24, 2018. Host: Cheryl Waters Audio Engineers: Tom Hall, Julian Martlew & Kevin Suggs Audio Mixer: Julian Martlew Cameras: Jim Beckmann, Scott Holopainen & Kendall Rock Editor: Jim Beckmann

Song

 

Lyrics

I said I wanna touch the earth
I wanna break it in my hands
I wanna grow something wild and unruly
I wanna sleep on the hard ground
In the comfort of your arms
On a pillow of bluebonnets
In a blanket made of stars
Oh, it sounds good to me
I said cowboy take me away
Fly this girl as high as you can into the wild blue
Set me free, oh, I pray
Closer to heaven above and closer to you
Closer to you
I wanna walk and not run
I wanna skip and not fall
I wanna look at the horizon and not see a building standing tall
I wanna be the only one for miles and miles
Except for maybe you and your simple smile
Oh, it sounds good to me
Yes, it sounds so good to me
Cowboy take me away
Fly this girl as high as you can into the wild blue
Set me free, oh, I pray
Closer to heaven above and closer to you
Closer to you
I said I wanna touch the earth
I wanna break it in my hands
I wanna grow something wild and unruly
Oh, it sounds so good to me
Cowboy take me away
Fly this girl as high as you can into the wild blue
Set me free, oh, I pray
Closer to heaven above and closer to you
Closer to you
Closer to you
Cowboy take me away
Closer to you
Source: LyricFind
Songwriters: Martha Maguire / Marcus Hummon
Cowboy Take Me Away lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.