Phoebe Bridgers performs at O2 Academy Brixton on July 26, 2022 in London, England. (Photo by Lorne Thomson/Redferns)

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Just in time for Valentine’s Day, singer-songwriter Phoebe Bridgers has dropped the second installment of her jewelry collaboration with Brooklyn-based jeweler, Catbird. Available now on both the brand’s official website and Bridgers’ merch store, their new collection features dainty charms symbolizing some of the musician’s most beloved lyrics.

“Here are the charms I made with @catbirdnyc 🛸 🌒 ☠️,” Bridgers posted on Instagram. Catbird wrote on the website, “We’ve long admired Phoebe’s work and reflective lyricism — after years of quietly outfitting her in Catbird jewelry, we decided to design a small collection together.”

Two new charms specifically reference tunes from her acclaimed 2020 album Punisher. In the song “Chinese Satellite,” Bridgers sings, “Took a tour to see the stars, but they weren’t out tonight. So, I wished hard on a Chinese satellite,” and, “I want to believe that if I go outside, I’ll see a tractor beam, coming to take me to where I’m from.” The flying saucer charm, dubbed “I Want to Go Home,” features a pearl-encrusted spaceship with tractor beams crafted from tiny chain tassels.

The moonstone charm is engraved with her lyric, “I would give you the moon,” in her own handwriting from the track, “Moon Song.”

Each charm is rendered in both recycled sterling silver and recycled 14-karat gold. Known for their use of ethical diamonds and natural pearls, Catbird founders Rony Vardi and Leigh Batnick Plessner began their collaboration with the Stranger in the Alps artist in December after realizing how often the star was purchasing their products. “I exclusively wear Catbird and have for years,” Bridgers told Vogue. “Nobody makes jewelry small enough for my taste except for them.”

The first collection included a friendship necklace, with two halves of a broken heart engraved with Bridgers’ signature skeleton motif. An ode to platonic love, the precious new collection has something for everyone as a poignant piece of gender-neutral jewelry.

In honor of the collaboration, Catbird has made a $25,000 donation to The National Center for Transgender Equality.

Keeping in mind that the first collab sold out in just 24 hours, we’d suggest grabbing your Catbird x Phoebe Bridgers charms now.