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E.G. Phillips ‘You Are Not Her’ : Hurtful and never painless, the hope is that it’s minuscule and temporary.

E.G. Philips / Photo: Andy Strong

E.G. Philips’ ‘You Are Not Her’ is a hardship in explaining why a duo cannot be meant to continue in this world together. It’s an explanation of the Universal order. And the perfect person to describe this distinction is the work of E.G.

“‘You Are Not Her’ deals with deja vu not of a place or experience, but rather of a person — and the disconnect that can create when trying to develop a new relationship.”

E.G. Phillips is a songwriter based in San Francisco. His lyrics are whimsical and cinematic. He’s twice been the ‘Songwriter In Residence’ at Bazaar Cafe and he hosts and annual ‘EGPhest’ event in August where he invites Bay Area performers to come and play his songs for his birthday.

Bitter pills come to cleanse the pallet. Hurtful and never painless, the hope is that it’s minuscule and temporary.

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