St. Vincent have released a video for “Slow Fast Disco.”
St. Vincent has released “Fast Slow Disco,” a remix of her own song “Slow Disco.”
Lorde covered St. Vincent’s “New York” last night with the help of Jack Antonoff at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn. You can watch some fan shot footage below.
St. Vincent shared a video of her performing Pearl Jam’s “Tremor Christ” while warming up for a recent show on Instagram.
St. Vincent’s Tiny Desk Concert has been released by NPR.
St. Vincent performed an acoustic version of “Los Ageless” on The Daily Show last night.
St. Vincent performed “Slow Disco” on Fallon last night.
St. Vincent has released a video for “Pills.”
St. Vincent recently performed “Los Ageless” on Ellen.
St. Vincent has released her new song “Pills.”
St. Vincent performed “Los Ageless” and “New York” on Colbert last night.
St. Vincent has released a new video for “Los Ageless.”
St. Vincent will release her new album, Masseduction, on October 13th. Pre-orders are now up. She’s also debuted the new song “Los Ageless” from the album.
St. Vincent has released a video for “New York.”
St. Vincent sat down with The New Yorker to talk her upcoming Jack Antonoff produced new album:
Clark and Antonoff had met casually around New York but hardly knew each other until they somehow wound up having what he described as an emotionally intense dinner together at the Sunset Tower in Los Angeles. “She was very open about the things in her life,” Antonoff said. “That’s what I was interested in. Continuing to reveal more and more. I said, ‘Let’s go for the lyrics that people will tattoo on their arms.’”
St. Vincent has debuted their new song “New York.”
St. Vincent has debuted the new trailer for her horror film XX. The film is in theaters and on demand on February 17th.
St. Vincent talked with Guitar World about her new album:
“I’ve been able to step back and reflect and not just be in the tour, record, tour, record cycle that I’ve been in for about 10 years,” says Clark. “I think it’ll be the deepest, boldest work I’ve ever done. I feel the playing field is really open for creative people to do whatever you want, and that risk will be rewarded—especially now that we have such high stakes from a political and geo-political standpoint. The personal is political and therefore the political can’t help but influence the art. And only music that has something pretty real to say is gonna cut the mustard.”
St. Vincent recently covered The Golden Girls theme song.