Phoebe Bridgers has shared the newest addition to her annual collection of charity-benefitting Christmas covers. This yr, the artist has taken on The Good-looking Household’s “So A lot Wine,” with proceeds from the quilt going to the Los Angeles LGBT Middle. Take heed to the monitor beneath.
“So A lot Wine” is already a fairly melancholy track — “There’s solely a lot wine you possibly can drink in a single life/ And it’ll by no means be sufficient to avoid wasting you from the underside of your glass,” the refrain goes — however in true Phoebe Bridgers trend, the singer-songwriter emphasizes its disappointment with a disquieting instrumentation. Her typical acoustic guitar replaces The Good-looking Household’s Americana romp, leaving the duo’s phrases with no place to cover.
Bridgers’ cowl of “So A lot Wine” advantages the Los Angeles LGBT Middle, which focuses on substance abuse therapy for queer folks and other people dwelling with HIV. The monitor follows the artist’s custom of masking Christmas songs: In yr’s previous, she’s taken on Tom Waits’ “Day After Tomorrow,” Merle Haggard’s “If We Make It By way of December,” Simon & Garfunkel’s “7 O’Clock Information/ Silent Evening” with Fiona Apple and The Nationwide‘s Matt Berninger, and McCarthy Trenching’s “Christmas Tune” with Jackson Browne, with the proceeds from every monitor benefitting a group support group.
In December, Bridgers will sing as Sally in Danny Elfman’s live-to-film live performance stagings of The Nightmare Earlier than Christmas. She’ll even be on the street supporting 2020’s Punisher via Might, together with a run of dates opening for Taylor Swift. Tickets to all of Bridgers’ upcoming exhibits are on sale now through Ticketmaster.