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St. Vincentaka Annie Clarkwill release her self-titled fourth album. The record's 11 tracks showcase Clark at her most assured and gripping, as she meshes distorted, aggressive electric guitars and ethereal vocal and synthesizer arrangements on top of an infectious rhythm section and relentless percussion. The album follows her last solo release, 2011's Strange Mercy, which was called "one of the year's best" by the New York Times and "something to behold" by Pitchfork. The record cemented her status as one of her generation's most fearsome and inventive guitarists, In 2012, she teamed-up with David Byrne to release the Love This Giant album to critical acclaim
This is an incredible album. From the first listen you know this is special.Published 2 months ago by Michael Cheesman
Prince Johnny and I Prefer Your Love are dreary and awful but I don't even mind as every other track is incredible. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Ms R Pearson
So, normally I hear a song and if I like it and don't know the artist, then I look them up. I've NEVER bought an album based purely on reviews without having heard them. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Jonathan
Digital Witness [Remix] helped along by Laurie Anderson, but that's not all.
St. V. is up there with Lana D.R. Only trouble is I bought the original CD! Read more