Phoebe Bridgers has dropped a new single, 'Garden Song'.
Her first new material since her 2017 debut, it arrives not long after she was confirmed for The 1975's upcoming summer show at Finsbury Park, and alongside a video directed by her brother, Jackson Bridgers.
The clip's concept was derived from her asking Jackson to "film her smoking a bong and to then “surprise” her with what happened next," the blurb explains. "For a non-smoker, the effect was particularly strong and the resulting video captures Bridgers being weirded out by various furry monsters and - at one point - the comedian/author Tig Notaro in a monk’s costume."
The track was recorded at Sound City Studios in Van Nuys, California and was produced by Bridgers and her 'Stranger In The Alps' producers/collaborators, Tony Berg and Ethan Gruska.
Check it out below.