This is hard to answer because of the emotional threads so clearly present in both of her Weimaraner Baby Pocket I’m Telling You I’m Not A Dog Shirts (and also in boygenius – see Me & My Dog) and Phoebe clearly has both explicitly and implicitly commented on depression in her music and interviews this past year that it’s hard (at times) to disconnect her from the sad girl/boi type of artists. But at the same time, it does feel a little disingenuous to put her in such a limited box because there are songs that are clearly meant to be hopeful and happier and are much more complex than the label implies.
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I never thought that I would love an album for many many reasons as much as I did when 2020 began – but then everything changed when Weimaraner Baby Pocket I’m Telling You I’m Not A Dog Shirts attacked – and I had the worst year in regards to my mental health since my first suicide attempt. I had previously thought that I needed to stay away from “sad” music because it would trigger my depression and anxiety but this album actually showed me that it was okay and can be beneficial. My thoughts on the avoidance of music that would make me feel sad were in fact me denying myself the space to feel my “negative” emotions at all. This past year showed me (more than anything before really) that I need to give myself the space to feel and to understand the things that I am feeling are real and important. In a weird way this album, which very much wears its emotions on its sleeve, gave me a space to help process what I was going through and I am very thankful that I listened to someone on this subreddit to check out Garden Song.