Phoebe Bridgers: Last News


See footage from Phoebe Bridgers’ secret acoustic show in California

Phoebe Bridgers detoured through Sonoma County to perform an intimate and unplugged – and most notably, unannounced – gig for less than 100 curious fans.The free show – which took place on Thursday (August 4), a day before the official start of Bridgers’ latest ‘Reunion’ tour leg – was announced by the Little Saint restaurant at the start of the week, teasing a “super secret special guest” on a poster brandished with a sassy skeleton peeking out from a gravestone. Flanked by her full live band, as well as her pug Maxine, Bridgers performed a set of 13 songs including ‘Kyoto’, ‘Motion Sickness’, ‘Garden Song’ and her most recent single, ‘Sidelines’. The venue also served a range of Bridgers-themed cocktails, including one named after the ‘Stranger In The Alps’ cut ‘Smoke Signals’, and two named after Better Oblivion Community Center songs (‘Exception To The Rule’ and ‘Little Trouble’).Have a look at some crowd-shot footage from the gig below, then see the full setlist:Punisher last night! via @/chef.dakota on ig— phoebe on tour (@bridgersontour) August 5, 2022I Know The End at the secret show last night!via @/adabrumback on ig— phoebe on tour (@bridgersontour) August 5, 2022phoebe performing chinese satellite from the secret show!via: @/mattvilano on insta— phoebe on tour (@bridgersontour) August 5, 2022Phoebe playing Garden Song at the secret show tonight! via @/soundlady13— phoebe on tour (@bridgersontour) August 5, 2022Phoebe Bridgers played:1. ‘Motion Sickness’ 2. ‘Garden Song’ 3. ‘Kyoto’ 4. ‘Punisher’ 5. ‘Funeral’ 6. ‘Scott Street’ 7. ‘Chinese Satellite’ 8. ‘Moon Song’ 9. ‘Savior Complex’ 10. ‘ICU’ 11.

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