Phoebe Bridgers has shared a new song off her anticipated sophomore album Punisher (due 6/19 via Dead Oceans), "I See You." When she initially announced the album, the song was titled "ICU," but she changed it because "*gestures at entire world.*" She also adds that the song is "about my breakup with my drummer. We dated for a few years, made music every day, and were extremely codependent. We became like family to each other, so our breakup was extremely tough. But if this tells you anything about our relationship, we wrote this song together, just like everything else." Very Rumours.

Like recent single "Kyoto," "I See You" features Warpaint's Jenny Lee Lindberg, and it's another promising taste of this album -- louder and more fleshed-out than Stranger in the Alps but still with Phoebe's trademark intimacy. Listen and watch the Lachlan Turczan and Enna Ikuta-directed lyric video:

Phoebe has also announced a "world tour," aka livestreams this month and next from such venues as Phoebe's kitchen, her bathroom, and her bed. Here are the details:

Phoebe Bridgers -- 2020 "World Tour" (aka livestreams)
May 26 @ KITCHEN w/ Hooligan Magazine: 5P PST / 8P EST (#HooliganHangouts)

May 28 @ BATHROOM W/ Noisey/Vice: 5P PST / 8P EST (Noisey Night In)

June 4 @ BED w/ DIY Magazine: 7P PM UK (DIYsolation)

June 6 @ BED - Time TBD