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Punisher

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Phoebe Bridgers has said she's a huge Elliott Smith fan—the name Punisher is a reference to an overzealous admirer, and the title track is about her love of the late singer-songwriter. You can hear his influence all over the album: the heartbreaking pathways of "Savior Complex"; the melody that drops down when you expect ascension on "Moon Song." But while Smith's lyrics could be clever, Bridgers' wordplay is unique. "The doctor put her hands over my liver/ She told me my resentment's getting smaller," she sings on "Garden Song." Not that she needs to hide behind jokes: "I've been running around in circles, pretending to be myself/Why would somebody do this on purpose when they could do something else?" she asks on "Chinese Satellite," the quiet instruments of the verses eventually erupting as if to shadow her feelings. There are other shadows at play, too: a male harmony haunting her light-as-air vocals on "Garden Song" and the otherwise ethereal "Halloween," and the specter of her father—she's spoken of his substance-abuse issues—darkening the lyrics of "Kyoto" even as Mellotron and amiable '90s drums provide aural sunshine. © Shelly Ridenour/Qobuz

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DVD Menu
00:01:09

Mike Mogis, Mixer - Tony Berg, Producer - Ethan Gruska, Producer - Phoebe Bridgers, Composer, Lyricist, Producer, MainArtist - Whatever Mom Music, MusicPublisher

2020 Dead Oceans 2020 Dead Oceans

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Garden Song
00:03:39

Mike Mogis, Mixer - Tony Berg, Producer - Ethan Gruska, Producer - Marshall Vore, Composer - Phoebe Bridgers, Composer, Producer, MainArtist - Christian Lee Hutson, Composer - Whatever Mom Music, MusicPublisher - Corn Fox Publishing, MusicPublisher - Pizza Money Music, MusicPublisher

2020 Dead Oceans 2020 Dead Oceans

3
Kyoto
00:03:04

Mike Mogis, Mixer - Tony Berg, Producer - Morgan Nagler, Composer - Ethan Gruska, Producer - Marshall Vore, Composer - Phoebe Bridgers, Composer, Producer, MainArtist - Whatever Mom Music, MusicPublisher - Pizza Money Music, MusicPublisher - Goldmeyn Music, MusicPublisher

2020 Dead Oceans 2020 Dead Oceans

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Punisher
00:03:09

Mike Mogis, Mixer - Tony Berg, Producer - Conor Oberst, Composer - Ethan Gruska, Producer - Marshall Vore, Composer - Phoebe Bridgers, Composer, Producer, MainArtist - Bedrooms; Bedrooms and Spiders, MusicPublisher - Whatever Mom Music, MusicPublisher - Pizza Money Music, MusicPublisher

2020 Dead Oceans 2020 Dead Oceans

5
Halloween
00:04:31

Mike Mogis, Mixer - Tony Berg, Producer - Conor Oberst, Composer - Ethan Gruska, Producer - Phoebe Bridgers, Composer, Producer, MainArtist - Christian Lee Hutson, Composer - Bedrooms; Bedrooms and Spiders, MusicPublisher - Whatever Mom Music, MusicPublisher - Corn Fox Publishing, MusicPublisher

2020 Dead Oceans 2020 Dead Oceans

6
Chinese Satellite
00:03:37

Mike Mogis, Mixer - Tony Berg, Producer - Conor Oberst, Composer - Ethan Gruska, Producer - Marshall Vore, Composer - Phoebe Bridgers, Composer, Producer, MainArtist - Bedrooms; Bedrooms and Spiders, MusicPublisher - Whatever Mom Music, MusicPublisher - Pizza Money Music, MusicPublisher

2020 Dead Oceans 2020 Dead Oceans

7
Moon Song
00:04:37

Mike Mogis, Mixer - Tony Berg, Producer - Ethan Gruska, Producer - Phoebe Bridgers, Composer, Lyricist, Producer, MainArtist - Whatever Mom Music, MusicPublisher

2020 Dead Oceans 2020 Dead Oceans

8
Savior Complex
00:04:01

Mike Mogis, Mixer - Tony Berg, Producer - Conor Oberst, Composer - Ethan Gruska, Producer - Phoebe Bridgers, Composer, Producer, MainArtist - Christian Lee Hutson, Composer - Bedrooms; Bedrooms and Spiders, MusicPublisher - Whatever Mom Music, MusicPublisher - Corn Fox Publishing, MusicPublisher

2020 Dead Oceans 2020 Dead Oceans

9
ICU
00:03:10

Mike Mogis, Mixer - Tony Berg, Producer - Ethan Gruska, Producer - Marshall Vore, Composer - Phoebe Bridgers, Composer, Producer, MainArtist - Nicholas White, Composer - Whatever Mom Music, MusicPublisher - Pizza Money Music, MusicPublisher - Sliondelion, MusicPublisher

2020 Dead Oceans 2020 Dead Oceans

10
Graceland Too
00:03:56

Mike Mogis, Mixer - Tony Berg, Producer - Ethan Gruska, Producer - Phoebe Bridgers, Composer, Producer, MainArtist - Christian Lee Hutson, Composer - Whatever Mom Music, MusicPublisher - Corn Fox Publishing, MusicPublisher

2020 Dead Oceans 2020 Dead Oceans

11
I Know The End
00:05:44

Mike Mogis, Mixer - Tony Berg, Producer - Conor Oberst, Composer - Ethan Gruska, Producer - Marshall Vore, Composer - Phoebe Bridgers, Composer, Producer, MainArtist - Christian Lee Hutson, Composer - Bedrooms; Bedrooms and Spiders, MusicPublisher - Whatever Mom Music, MusicPublisher - Corn Fox Publishing, MusicPublisher - Pizza Money Music, MusicPublisher

2020 Dead Oceans 2020 Dead Oceans

Album Description

Phoebe Bridgers has said she's a huge Elliott Smith fan—the name Punisher is a reference to an overzealous admirer, and the title track is about her love of the late singer-songwriter. You can hear his influence all over the album: the heartbreaking pathways of "Savior Complex"; the melody that drops down when you expect ascension on "Moon Song." But while Smith's lyrics could be clever, Bridgers' wordplay is unique. "The doctor put her hands over my liver/ She told me my resentment's getting smaller," she sings on "Garden Song." Not that she needs to hide behind jokes: "I've been running around in circles, pretending to be myself/Why would somebody do this on purpose when they could do something else?" she asks on "Chinese Satellite," the quiet instruments of the verses eventually erupting as if to shadow her feelings. There are other shadows at play, too: a male harmony haunting her light-as-air vocals on "Garden Song" and the otherwise ethereal "Halloween," and the specter of her father—she's spoken of his substance-abuse issues—darkening the lyrics of "Kyoto" even as Mellotron and amiable '90s drums provide aural sunshine. © Shelly Ridenour/Qobuz

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