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Phoebe Bridgers has debuted another new track

Titled 'I Know The End', it's taken from her forthcoming second album 'Punisher'.
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Published: 12:11 pm, April 12, 2020
Phoebe Bridgers has debuted another new track

Phoebe Bridgers has debuted another new track taken from her forthcoming second album 'Punisher'.

Titled 'I Know The End', the song was performed on a livestream for Pitchfork, alongside a tribute to country musician John Prine, who died earlier this week. Bridgers performed his song 'Summer's End', taken from his 2018 album 'The Tree of Forgiveness'.

“He’s one of the most important people on the planet to me,” Bridgers explained. “I was lucky enough to see him a couple times. This is from his last record, it’s one of my favourite songs ever.”

You can find the cover at 18:15 in the video below, and 'I KnowThe End' at 22:50. She also performed 'Motion Sickness' from her 2017 debut 'Stranger In The Alps', as well as already revealed 'Punisher' singles 'Garden Song' and 'Kyoto'.

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