Phoebe Bridgers shares cover of Bo Burnham’s “That Funny Feeling” — proceeds go to Texas Abortion Funds

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Phoebe Bridgers at Teragram Ballroom – Phot by Ceethreedom

Bo Burnham’s “That Funny Feeling” has gotten the Phoebe Bridgers treatment with the release of a recorded cover of the song by the singer/songwriter. Bridger’s has been giving fans her version of the poignant, tongue-in-cheek ballad — and of course, hers relies on the soul-aching and ever haunting weight of her soft murmurs. Behind a slowly growing collection of scattered tones and strums Bridgers’ emerges as through the noise as a tender voice guiding us through the surreality of life.

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Bridgers’ cover of “That Funny Feeling” is available now on Bandcamp and all proceeds from the sale (including Bo Burnham’s publishing) will go to Texas Abortion Funds, split evenly between Texas Equal Access Fund, The Bridge Collective, Clinic Access Support Network, West Fund, Jane’s Due Process, Fund Texas Choice, Support Your Sistah at the Afiya Center, the Lilith Fund, Frontera Fund, and Whole Woman’s Health Alliance, Inc. 

“This one’s for Greg Abbott,” Bridgers’ announced on her socials with the song, referencing the p.o.s. Texas Governor whose made it the point of his bigoted existence to restrict the rights of women over their own bodies.

Buy and stream the cover here. Phoebe Bridgers is on tour and will be playing the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles on October 21 and 22. Visit her website, Twitter, and Instagram to stay updated on new releases and tour announcements.

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Listen to Phoebe Bridger’s cover of “That Funny Feeling” below!

Phoebe Bridgers tour:
October 8 – Stubb’s Waller Creek Amphitheater – Austin, TX
October 9 – ACL Festival – Austin, TX
October 16 – Greek Theatre – Berkeley, CA
October 21 – Greek Theatre – Los Angeles, CA
October 22 – Greek Theatre – Los Angeles, CA
October 24 – Shaky Knees Festival – Atlanta, GA

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