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Phoebe Bridgers and Maggie Rogers Cover the Goo Goo Dolls' "Iris"

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Phoebe Bridgers - Kyoto (Copycat Killer Version) (Official Video)

"And I don't want the world to see me, cause I don't think that they'd understand," sing Phoebe Bridgers and Maggie Rogers in perfect harmony.

The musicians, who have both settled into a sweet spot between pop stardom and indie credibility, recently released the cover that none of us knew we needed.

Like a lot of what Phoebe Bridgers releases, it's heartbreakingly beautiful, a little bit tongue-in-cheek, and made even edgier thanks to political overtones.

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The Goo Goo Dolls' first holiday album, It's Christmas All Over, dropped on October 30, but from the opening moments of our conversation, it's clear that John Rzeznik isn't going to bullsh*t me.

"Of course, it's cheesy, it's a Christmas album, and at points, it gets a little sappy. But there are also points that are badass," said Rzeznik. The lead singer genuinely adores Christmas and assures me that he and his family go all out every year. He embellishes his house with decorations and even has a toy train he wraps around the tree.

"[Christmas] is all about making the best connection that you can, even if it's six feet away," he said. Jokes aside, the band's intention behind the album remains earnest. "Listen, If I ever have a chance to help people forget their problems for 33 minutes, then I should do it," he said. "These are not ordinary times."

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