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August 2020
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Phoebe Bridgers takes the wheel on US telly, with a live performance of ‘I See You’

It’s an absolute gem from latest album ‘Punisher’ - an album jam-packed with gems actually
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Published: 2:00 pm, June 25, 2020Words: Jamie Muir.
Phoebe Bridgers takes the wheel on US telly, with a live performance of ‘I See You’

Taking to US telly, Phoebe Bridgers delivered a memorable performance of recent track ‘I See You’ - going for a bit of a spinning drive in the process too

Appearing on The Late Late Show with James Corden, Phoebe decided to spice up the usual live TV performance by getting behind the wheel - throwing all sorts of stunts as she croons along to the track taken from latest album ‘Punisher’ (only released this week)

Some of the stunts are wild okay. We don’t want to say there’s some camera trickery at play but… the last one is pretty epic

Phoebe Bridgers five-star second LP ‘Punisher’ is out now, and you can dive into all things Phoebe with our recent chat online now

Check out Phoebe’s full performance below (along with a chat with Mr Corden too)

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