Who Is Phoebe Bridgers? Phoebe Bridgers is an American singer-songwriter and musician from Los Angeles, California. She first gained attention in 2015 when she released her debut EP entitled 'Killer'. Since then, she has released two full-length albums, 'Stranger in the Alps' and 'Punisher', and received critical acclaim for her songwriting. Bridgers is known for her hauntingly beautiful lyrics that explore themes of heartbreak, loneliness, and longing. Musical Influences Bridgers is heavily influenced by classic singer-songwriters such as Joni Mitchell and Neil Young. Her music often incorporates elements of folk, country, and indie rock. She has cited her father's record collection as a major influence on her music, citing bands such as The Velvet Underground and The Replacements as inspirations. Collaborations Bridgers has collaborated with several notable artists including Conor Oberst, Julien Baker, and Lucy Dacus. She is also a member of the supergroup Better Oblivion Community Center (B.O.C.C.), which also includes Oberst. The group released its debut album in 2019 to critical acclaim. Awards and Accolades In 2020, Bridgers was nominated for four Grammy Awards including Best New Artist, Best Rock Performance, Best Alternative Music Album and Best American Roots Performance. She has also been featured on several magazine covers including Rolling Stone and Billboard. Conclusion Phoebe Bridgers is one of the most exciting new artists on the indie rock scene. Her thoughtful lyrics and instantly recognizable sound have earned her a loyal fan base and critical praise. With a new record on the way, it looks like we haven't heard the last of this talented artist.