Phoebe Bridgers released a cover of Tom Waits’ “Day After Tomorrow” as part of their ongoing Christmas carol series.
While “Day After Tomorrow” is not specifically a holiday song – Waits released it in 2004 in protest the Iraq war – but it speaks to people’s longing for closeness to their friends and family, which can certainly be attributed to this time of year.
For their interpretation, Bridgers is accompanied by a choir, which includes the front man Mumford & Sons, Marcus Mumford, and actress Kaitlyn Dever are represented.
You can now download the cover of Bridger’s “Day After Tomorrow” through digital outlets. The proceeds will go to the International Institute of Los Angeles’ Local Integration and Family Enhancement Department, which supports refugees, immigrants and human trafficking survivors.
Bridger’s previous vacation covers include “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas,” Merle Haggard’s “If We Make It Through December ”, Simon & Garfunkels“ 7 O’Clock News / Silent Night ”alongside Fiona Apple and The National. s Matt Berninger and McCarthy Trenching’s “Christmas Song” in collaboration with Jackson Browne. These recordings were all collected on an EP released in November 2020.
Need help accessing the FCC public file because of a disability? Please contact Kristi Carson at [email protected] or (314) 983-6208.
Google Terms of Service |
Don’t sell my data – CA residents only