Phoebe Bridgers plays Lucinda Williams + more on new episode of SXM’s Saddest Factory Radio

Phoebe Bridgers Saddest Factory Radio - SiriusXM

On the heels of announcing she will be an opener on Taylor Swift’s highly anticipated Eras Tour, indie star Phoebe Bridgers is giving us an all-new episode of her SiriusXM show, Saddest Factory Radio with Phoebe Bridgers.

In the upcoming episode, Phoebe and her drummer/ex-boyfriend, Marshall Vore will once again spin songs by their favorite artists, including bands from her Saddest Factory Records label. Tune in to SiriusXMU (Ch. 35) to hear music from Lucinda Williams, Lucy Dacus, The 1975, Snail Mail, and more. Catch replays of the episode during the times below, or listen to it and previous editions of the show on the SXM App.

  • Saturday, November 5th at 3pm
  • Sunday, November 6th at 6pm
  • Tuesday, November 8th at 12am

About Saddest Factory Radio

The show, which serves up “outside-of-the-box thinking and audio trust falls,” features Phoebe at the helm guiding listeners through artist-to-artist conversations and, of course, her favorite songs. In the debut episode, the GRAMMY nominee shared song recommendations for fans’ questions — from soundtracking a stolen toothbrush with underscores’ “Everybody’s Dead!” to a drive through the Italian countryside set to “Dead End Street” by Blake Mills.

“I wanted to make a playlist based on when music feels the best … and one of the times music feels the best is when I’m miserable,” Bridgers explained. “When I’m down bad, and I want to be more down and more bad, these are the songs that I listen to.”

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