If you’ve been following Phoebe Bridgers at all this year there’s a good chance you’ve read some My goal is to be that old person that everyone is afraid to take out in public shirt about her tweeting about eating ass. If you haven’t then consider yourself very lucky. Of all the attempts at trying to define Phoebe Bridgers perhaps her twitter antics are the best summation of her public persona. But I have found that every time some music journalist tries to pass off her kooky twitter antics as personality it consistently fails to really get it. So she eats ass? Who doesn’t anymore? And who hasn’t tweeted about eating ass in the last 30 days at the very least? I know I have and I can guess that probably most of the popheads reading this have too. So what gives? Why don’t we have any articles about us on pitchfork?
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Why is it that music journalism is so in on this meme of defining Phoebe Bridgers in this comical My goal is to be that old person that everyone is afraid to take out in public shirt ? Am I looking too deep into this common journalistic way to introduce an artist? Absolutely. But also does there seem to be a major disconnect in the way that Phoebe Bridgers is presented and also in the subject matter of her art? Absolutely. So let me rephrase this like this. On one hand Phoebe Bridgers is one of the most personable artists on the scene who fills a very specific and widely accepted niche and also tweets about eating ass. And also on the same hand… who the fuck is Phoebe Bridgers? So much of her image consists of being perceived yet unknown. It’s like an inside joke that’s actually a metaphor for something bigger in the art.