Listen to Phoebe Bridgers cover Tom Waits’ ‘Day After Tomorrow’ backed by a choir

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It follows a host of Christmas covers of the singer-songwriter over the years.

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Phoebe Bridgers shares a cover of Tom Waits’ 2004 track ‘Day After Tomorrow’.

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Produced by Tony Berg, Ethan Grushka and Bridgers himself, the song finds the singer-songwriter backed by a choir that includes Mumford & Sons frontman Marcus Mumford. You can listen to it below.

All proceeds from the sale of the song will go to International Institute of Los Angeles – Local Integration and Family Empowerment Division Which provides refugees, immigrants and human trafficking survivors with the skills, abilities and resources they need to become self-reliant and start their new lives in Southern California.


It follows her previous annual Christmas cover.have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas‘, Merle Haggard’s ‘If We Make It Through December’, Simon & Garfunkel’s ‘7 O’Clock News/Silent Night’ with Fiona Apple and The National’s Matt Berninger, and McCarthy Trenching’s ‘Christmas Song’ by Jackson Browne with.

Meanwhile, Taylor Swift recently recalled the moment she reached out to Bridgers to ask them to collaborate on “Red (Taylor’s version)” on the song “Nothing New.”

during an interview Late Night With Seth MeyersOf course, Swift hailed Bridgers as “one of my favorite artists in the world”, adding: “If she sings it, I’ll listen to it. I just love her voice.” He then narrated how his team-up with the ‘Punisher’ composer came about.

“I try not to cold-call people. It could be a lot worse,” Swift said. “But I send a really long text that I’ve prepared over several days. And I’ll send the song because I don’t want them to feel pressured to say yes to something creatively if that’s what they want to do.” does not match with.

“With Phoebe, I reached out and I sent her this song called ‘Nothing New,’ which I wrote when I was 22. And it’s really, really special to me because it was the first time I’d come across a shiny new was not an artist.”


She continued: “I sent it to Phoebe and said, ‘It would mean the world to me if you did it as a duet’. ‘Cause I really wanted another female artist that I’d love to sing with myself Because I think there’s a very female artist perspective to it that we go through that experience.

“And his response was, ‘I’ve been waiting for this lesson my whole life’. He was like, ‘Yes!, [Laughs],

Bridgers also recalled how she got emotional while recording her vocals for ‘Nothing New’.

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