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Phoebe Bridgers has covered The Cure’s ‘Friday, I’m In Love’ and it’s pretty magical to be honest

The Spotify Singles cover comes with an acoustic version of her own ‘Scott Street’ too
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Published: 3:10 pm, December 07, 2018Words: Jamie Muir. Photos: Lera Pentelute.
Phoebe Bridgers has covered The Cure’s ‘Friday, I’m In Love’ and it’s pretty magical to be honest

Now here’s a treat and a half - Phoebe Bridgers has only gone and covered The Cure’s classic ‘Friday, I’m In Love’

A spellbinding version, it comes as a part of Spotify’s long-standing Spotify Singles collection - and comes coupled with an acoustic version of Phoebe’s own ‘Scott Street’, taken from last year’s debut album ‘Stranger In The Alps’.

After a year of touring all over the place, Phoebe recently teamed up with Lucy Dacus and Julien Baker as boygenius, releasing their debut EP a couple of months ago alongside a run of recent shows in the US - with Phoebe set to head out to Australia in early 2019 on her own run of shows. So, just a bit going on then.

While we wait for more lovely UK shows, check out ‘Friday, I’m In Love’ and ‘Scott Street’ below

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