Phoebe Bridgers is a Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter from Los Angeles, California. Not too long ago, she opened up in the final episode of the MTV News digital series, entitled, “The Method (Season 1),” which offers an intimate look at the approach of today’s most influential creative forces. Furthermore, “The Method” gives fans an intimate look at the creative approach of today’s most influential artists, songwriters, producers, choreographers, and music video directors. All of whom play a vital role in bringing to life today’s biggest hits.
Phoebe Bridgers – MTV “The Method” series
Ahead of her appearance this week on Saturday Night Live, Phoebe Bridgers sat down with MTV News correspondent, Dometi Pongo. During the conversation, she talked about how her life has changed since the release of her Grammy-nominated sophomore album, “Punisher,” how the record came to be, her musical upbringing, and the strategy behind her success.
Phoebe Bridgers – “Punisher”
“The song ‘Punisher’ on the record is about Elliot Smith. We would have lived less than a mile away from each other if he were alive right now. And now I know tons of his friends and have worked in studios he’s worked in. And he just would have been around in such a heavy way and I know his whole discography. I’ve read every book about him ever. So the song is just kind of examining how it’s impossible to have a normal relationship with someone that you grew up with as an idol.” – Phoebe Bridgers stated
Bridgers also discussed her transparency in her music and hit-single, “Motion Sickness.”
“I have yet to edit myself for the public. If I didn’t write about personal stuff I’d be robbing myself of the experience of talking to fans with mirrored experiences. It’s so fun to play a show or joke about something dark and then have somebody come up to you and you’re laughing about trauma, basically. You’re laughing about a shared experience and you’re like, man, I’m so glad I said that because otherwise, I wouldn’t have had that conversation.” – Phoebe Bridgers stated
‘The Method’ series first debuted with an interview featuring Patientce Foster, Cardi B‘s “WAP” music video creative director. The episode was followed by a conversation with singer-songwriter Tayla Parx, the driving force behind Ariana Grande‘s hit single “Thank U, Next,” and much of her latest album, “Positions.”
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