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Phoebe Bridgers Takes Tiny Desk to the Oval Office

Watch the performance below and stick around for the surprise guests at the end

Ever wonder what it would look like to have a female president in the White House?

Well, Phoebe Bridgers gave us a great idea with her performance on NPR’s Tiny Desk At-Home concert.

Bridgers swapped her iconic skeleton onesie for a suit and played her set positioned in front of the iconic Resolute desk. Meanwhile, her band was dressed in the signature Secret Service uniforms of a black suit and tie, a white button-down shirt, and shades.

They performed “Kyoto,” “Moon Song” and “I Know the End.”

“Thanks, guys,” she said after “Moon Song.” “I’m Phoebe. Hope everyone’s enjoying their apocalypse.”

Similar to the break in the “I Know the End” video, there’s a bit of a switch in this performance that reveals that the band was standing in front of a green screen. After Bridgers switches guitars, clips of fans singing “The end is near” and a long-drawn shriek at the end of the song pop up on the screen.

Bridgers isn’t the first to take Tiny Desk to another level. Last month, Billie Eilish and Finneas performed in front of a recreation of the show’s HQ.

Watch Phoebe Bridgers’ full Tiny Desk performance below.