Boygenius recently released a video for “Not Strong Enough,” the latest single from the group’s upcoming album, The Record.
The video from the trio, Phoebe Bridgers, Lucy Dacus, and Julien Baker, takes fans on a road trip, showing them visiting amusement parks, viewing truck rallies, recording in a studio, and just hanging out.
Jackson Bridgers edited the self-shot video.
Bridgers revealed in Rolling Stone‘s recent cover story on Boygenius that she stashed the Sheryl Crow-inspired lyric for years for the song.
“The two wolves inside us can be self-hatred and self-aggrandizing,” Bridgers told Rolling Stone. “Being like, ‘I’m not strong enough to show up for you. I can’t be the partner that you want me to be.’ But also being like, ‘I’m too f—ed up. I’m unknowable in some deep way!'”
She continued, “Self-hatred is a god complex sometimes, where you think you’re the most fucked-up person who’s ever lived. Straight up, you’re not. And it can make people behave really selfishly, and I love each of our interpretations of that concept.”
Baker added, “That’s another example of Phoebe taking a wordplay and then extrapolating it to a really nuanced concept.”
Boygenius previously released “$20,” “Emily I’m Sorry,” and “True Blue” from The Record, which is scheduled to arrive on March 31.
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