Produced by Tony Berg, Ethan Gruska and Phoebe herself, musicians involved in the song include Harrison Whitford, Marshall Vore, Rob Moose and Will Maclellan - and a choir with Z Berg, Kaitlyn Dever, Mady Dever, Ethan Gruska, Emily Kohavi, Blake Mills, Marcus Mumford, Annie Stela and Harrison Whitford.
All proceeds from the sale of the song will go to The International Institute of Los Angeles - The Local Integration & Family Empowerment Division which provides refugees, immigrants, and survivors of human trafficking with the skills, abilities, and resources they need to become self-sufficient and start their new lives in Southern California.
Phoebe’s version of ‘Day After Tomorrow’ follows her previous covers of ‘Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas’, Merle Haggard’s ‘If We Make It Through December’, Simon & Garfunkel ‘7 O’Clock News/Silent Night’ with Fiona Apple and The National’s Matt Berninger, and McCarthy Trenching’s ‘Christmas Song’ with Jackson Browne.
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