Watch Phoebe Bridgers Perform with Conor Oberst and Christian Lee Hutson for #SaveOurStages Set

Phoebe Bridgers performed a set during the #SaveOurStages virtual festival on Saturday (October 17) from an empty Troubadour in Los Angeles. The three-day virtual event, which saw artists including Foo Fighters and Miley Cyrus performing in empty venues around the US, was put on to benefit the National Independent Venue Association’s Emergency Relief Fund. Watch Bridgers’ full set below.

Wearing her signature skeleton costume, the singer-songwriter was joined by her friends and frequent collaborators Conor Oberst and Christian Lee Hutson. With Oberst, she played ‘Halloween’ and their Better Oblivion Community Center track ‘Dylan Thomas’, while with the latter she covered Hutson’s own song ‘Lose This Number’. She also brought along LA songwriter Charlie Hickey to perform one of his songs. Her set also included her songs ‘Scott Street’, Kyoto’, and ‘I Know The End’.

The virtual festival also featured appearances from the Roots, Leon Bridges, Marshmello and Demi Lovato, Dave Matthews, Portugal. The Man, Rise Against, Dillon Francis, Macklemore, Jason Mraz, and more.

Phoebe Bridgers released her most recent studio album, Punisher, back in June. She recently launched her own label, Saddest Factory Records.

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