Phoebe Bridgers is an American singer, songwriter, and producer hailing from Los Angeles, California. Born on August 17th, 1994, she has made a name for herself in the music industry with her unique blend of indie folk and alternative rock. With her heartfelt lyrics and haunting melodies, Phoebe's music resonates with listeners around the world. Her talent as a musician and storyteller shines through in every song she creates.
Phoebe's career began to take off after the release of her debut album "Stranger in the Alps" in 2017. The album received critical acclaim and established her as a rising star in the indie music scene. Since then, she has collaborated with various artists such as Conor Oberst and Lucy Dacus, further solidifying her place in the industry.
Known for her introspective and vulnerable songwriting style, Phoebe continues to captivate audiences with each new release. Her sophomore album "Punisher" was released in 2020 to widespread praise from both fans and critics alike. With its lush instrumentation and poignant lyrics, it showcases Phoebe's growth as an artist while staying true to her signature sound.