During the second weekend of the Austin City Limits music festival, Phoebe Bridgers had a strong tongue to speak about her experience.
On Saturday afternoon, Kyoto singer and songwriter wrote an exclamation dedicated to the festival. (Along with “Lol,” it’s probably not that serious.)
The singer’s now-deleted tweet was posted at 5:37 p.m .; his ACL Fest set was scheduled to end at 5:20 p.m., with the Bridgers giving no details other than his three-word tweet, but in response, people hinted that his outburst might have been interrupted before the end of the game. final number.
On Monday, festival organizers issued a statement addressing the Bridges collection.
“Unfortunately, due to ACL Festival staff miscommunicating on stage, the sound of the Phoebe Bridgers’ last song was cut off during two ACL Fest weekend performances, ”the report said.
“We wish this hAcesparks’t happened and we apologize to Phoebe. After a positive conversation between the festival organizers and the artist about the situation, ACL Fest donated to the abortion fund in Texas, we support Phoebe and an organization close to her heart We support. “
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A A Twitter user posted the video The sound of the song “I know the end” is heard. The audience responds first with a jerk and then with a cheer, perhaps for the Bridgers.
This isn’t always the case, but it’s not uncommon for performers to interrupt the festival’s sound when the set time is exceeded. Performances in adjacent scenes often begin with the end of another. Songwriter Frances Forever also cut his voice off at the Honda Stage on Saturday morning.
People on Twitter expressed their condolences to the Bridgers, including other singers. “Make your holiday more fun,” wrote American singer Jason Isbell and country singer Margo Price, “holy (understandable), did they cut your mic? I was pissing on stage.”
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On the 1st weekend, Bridgers had to play the full and exciting conclusion of “I Know the End”.
“Drums, horns and guitars – it’s a blow to Impressionism before it becomes an impossible nuclear storm,” Austin 360, part of the network, wrote after the Oct. 2 show. “And then the Bridgers make a bloody scream. Sick. More fragmentation and an animated house burning on the video screen. The Bridgers kick the microphone and throw their guitar on the floor. Think of yourself as a dreamer.”
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