The album from Phoebe Bridgers, Lucy Dacus, and Julien Baker arrives March 31.
The upcoming launch of “The Report,” the primary full studio album from Phoebe Bridgers, Lucy Dacus, and Julien Baker’s Boygenius supergroup, guarantees to be a landmark occasion for indie children and queer ladies in every single place. And the critically acclaimed musicians have an additional deal with for his or her followers within the type of three upcoming music movies directed by one other queer icon: Kristen Stewart.
The information was introduced on January 26 by way of a Rolling Stone cowl profile of Bridgers, Dacus, and Baker in assist of the upcoming album, which is scheduled for a March 31 launch by way of Interscope Information. No different information in regards to the movies, together with once they drop or what songs from the document will obtain them, has been introduced. Bridgers, Dacus, and Baker launched three singles for the album — “$20,” “Emily I’m Sorry,” and “True Blue” — earlier this month upon the album’s announcement.
This isn’t the primary music video that the “Happiest Season” and “Spencer” star has directed. Beforehand, Stewart helmed a video for the band Sage + the Saint’s 2014 single “Take Me All the way down to the South,” and in 2017 directed Scottish indie pop group Chvrches’ video for his or her track “Down Facet of Me.” Stewart moreover directed the shorts “Come Swim” and “Crickets,” for Refinery 29 and the Netflix anthology sequence “Do-it-yourself,” respectively.
Stewart’s directorial ambitions aren’t stopping along with her Boygenius collaborations; in November final 12 months, it was introduced that the actor will make her characteristic directorial debut with the movie “The Chronology of Water,” based mostly on the memoir from Lidia Yuknavitch. Stewart and Andy Mingo co-wrote the screenplay for the movie, which can star Imogen Poots and is produced by Ridley Scott. The memoir focuses on Yuknavitch’s struggles with habit points, her exploration of her bisexuality, and her involvement with the Boycott Divestment and Sanctions motion opposing Israeli oppression of Palestine.
On the 2022 Cannes Movie Pageant, Stewart spoke to IndieWire about her ardour for the upcoming movie, which she has been linked to since 2018, whereas selling her function in David Cronenberg’s “Crimes of the Future.”
“If I don’t make this film earlier than the tip of the 12 months, I’ll die,” Stewart mentioned on the time.
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