The Los Angeles musician supported Justin Vernon's band at the last of eight dates at London's Eventim Apollo
Phoebe Bridgers joined Bon Iver on stage on Monday night (March 5).
The Los Angeles musician supported the band at the last show of their eight-night residency at London’s Eventim Apollo, before making an appearance in Justin Vernon’s group’s set.
Bridgers joined Bon Iver to perform ‘Flume’, taken from 2007 debut ‘For Emma, Forever Ago‘. Watch fan-shot footage of the performance below.
The 23-year-old musician released her debut album ‘Stranger In The Alps‘ last year. In a four-star review, NME described the record as “less a collection of songs and more a collection of feelings, a luscious but deeply sad debut that sees the 23-year-old singer putting her heart on the line and calling for you to do the same.”
Earlier this year, Justin Vernon hit out at Bruno Mars after he took home all six of the awards he was nominated for at the 2018 Grammy Awards.
Vernon was less than pleased with the news of Mars’ sweep, taking to Twitter to share his feelings. “Absolutely NO offence to Mr Mars, but you absolutely have to be shitting me,” he wrote. “While some awesome musicians do win, what is WINNING?”
He added: “To be factual, Mr Mars made a name in the INDUSTRY by making hits OUT of hits of yesteryear. SO… no real need to be mad, even, at the Grammies. SZA? KENDRICK?