- 02 Mar 22
Phoebe Bridgers has announced her newest project, a show on SiriusXM titled Saddest Factory Radio.
Phoebe Bridgers is back with a new project: a monthly SiriusXM show named Saddest Factory Radio. It will air the first Thursday of every month, premiering tomorrow (March 3).
The broadcast, named after the label Bridgers launched nearly two years ago, will be in discussion with signees the likes of Claud, Muna, Sloppy Jane and more, while Bridgers plays her favourite tracks.
"My favourite way to consume music is incidentally — something playing in the grocery store, an opening band I’ve never heard, a college radio station while trying to find signal on a road trip,” Bridgers said in a statement to Rolling Stone. “I hope I can offer something like that to people who tune in."
"In my personal life, I have always had a radio show,” she continued. “Punishing my friends on road trips with hours of dirges and ambient music, I can’t wait to do it professionally."
This is just the newest project from the LA singer. Recently, she announced a collaboration with Bright Eyes in their companion series, a cover of the Tom Waits song, 'The Day After Tomorrow' as a fundraiser for charity and a collaboration on the Taylor Swift track, 'Nothing New.'
Revisit our 2020 chat with Phoebe Bridgers about her latest album Punisher here.