Since releasing her breakout record, Stranger in The Alps, in 2017, Phoebe Bridgers has solidified herself as one of the finest songwriters in the world. She’s been quite busy with other projects, which includes working with Julien Baker and Lucy Dacus as Boygenius to her recent album as Better Oblivion Community Center with Conor Oberst. It feels like it’s been a while since we’ve had a proper Phoebe Bridgers song to get excited about. Yesterday, she gave listeners a glimpse into what might be coming next by releasing “Garden Song”.

The song itself is sonically identifiable as a Bridgers’ song – her fingerpicked guitar and whispery voice. It’s reminiscent of some of the slower tracks on Strangers In The Alps. Its delicate nature is contrasted by its poignant lyrics with Bridgers singing about a skinhead neighbor within its first verse. Bridgers’ lyrics continue to paint vivid images, even surreal ones, and “Garden Song” is no different. It has us excited for what may come next, however at this time, Bridgers has not yet announced any information about a new album.

“Garden Song” is out now on Dead Oceans.

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