Phoebe Bridgers is the latest artist to perform on NPR’s remote edition of the Tiny Desk Concert series. Joined by drummer Marshall Vore and guitarist Harrison Whitford against a green-screened White House background, Bridgers performed three tracks from her most recent studio album, Punisher: ‘Kyoto’, ‘Moon Song’, and ‘I Know the End’. Check out the performance below.
“I hope everybody’s enjoying their apocalypse,” Bridgers said before jumping into ‘I Know the End’, which sees the trio expanding into an ensemble and accompanied by recordings of dozens of fans screaming along to the chorus.
The singer-songwriter has appeared multiple times on the show: her first performance was in 2017, following the release of her debut LP, Stranger in the Alps. She came back a year later to perform alongside Lucy Dacus and Julien Baker as boygenius, and again just a few months months later with Conor Oberst as Better Oblivion Community Center.
Earlier this week, Bridgers teamed up with Arlo Parks for a live cover of Radiohead’s ‘Fake Plastic Trees’.