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Birthname: Annie Erin Clark
Nationality: American
Born: Sep 28 1982


Biography

St Vincent is set to release a Deluxe Repack of her eponymous 2014 album on February 9th, which will include five additional tracks, three of which are previously unreleased. One of the unreleased tracks is new single ‘Bad Believer’.

The Deluxe Re-Pack is set to follow on from the huge success of the 2014 release. Having topped numerous Album of the Year polls including The Times; The Guardian; NME; DIY Magazine and featured highly in other Albums of Year polls such as Q; Pitchfork; The Telegraph and Mojo, St Vincent has also just been nominated for a Grammy for Best Alternative Album as ... Read more

St Vincent is set to release a Deluxe Repack of her eponymous 2014 album on February 9th, which will include five additional tracks, three of which are previously unreleased. One of the unreleased tracks is new single ‘Bad Believer’.

The Deluxe Re-Pack is set to follow on from the huge success of the 2014 release. Having topped numerous Album of the Year polls including The Times; The Guardian; NME; DIY Magazine and featured highly in other Albums of Year polls such as Q; Pitchfork; The Telegraph and Mojo, St Vincent has also just been nominated for a Grammy for Best Alternative Album as well as Best Album and Best Solo Artist nominations at the NME Awards.

#1 Album of the Year - The Guardian / The Sunday Times / NME / Gigwise / and album of the year in over 40 publications.

"The leader of the charge has never been more powerful, or more resolute." - Pitchfork
“A triumph….one of the albums of the year.” ***** The Guardian / **** Q / **** MOJO
“The most exciting thing about St Vincent is not knowing what she’ll do with your mind when she has it” – NME
“some of the most entertainingly perverse electronic pop music likely to surface this year” 8/10 – Uncut
“Every song bashes together classic pop with new surprises…a brilliant record” 8/10 - Clash

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.

"I knew the groove needed to be paramount," Clark says of the album, which she arranged and demoed extensively in Austin before heading into the studio in Dallas to record. She enlisted Dap-Kings drummer Homer Steinweiss and frequent collaborator McKenzie Smith of Midlake to share percussion duties, while she returned to producer John Congleton to take the sonic potential they'd only just begun to tap with 'Strange Mercy' into dramatic new territory. "I wanted to make a party record you could play at a funeral."

The result is Clark's most riveting work yet. "Bring Me Your Loves" is a frenzied freakout, but even less frantic tracks like "Severed Crossed Fingers" still deliver her trademark blend of the beautiful and surreal. At the heart of all her music, though, lie larger questions about what it means to be human and the ways in which we seek to find meaning in our lives. "Regret" catches her at a moment of immense vulnerability, while "I Prefer Your Love" may be the purest expression of affection she's ever written. "Digital Witness" tackles identity in the era of Instagram, with Clark singing, "If I can't show it / If you can't see me / What's the point of doing anything?"

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 biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

St Vincent is set to release a Deluxe Repack of her eponymous 2014 album on February 9th, which will include five additional tracks, three of which are previously unreleased. One of the unreleased tracks is new single ‘Bad Believer’.

The Deluxe Re-Pack is set to follow on from the huge success of the 2014 release. Having topped numerous Album of the Year polls including The Times; The Guardian; NME; DIY Magazine and featured highly in other Albums of Year polls such as Q; Pitchfork; The Telegraph and Mojo, St Vincent has also just been nominated for a Grammy for Best Alternative Album as well as Best Album and Best Solo Artist nominations at the NME Awards.

#1 Album of the Year - The Guardian / The Sunday Times / NME / Gigwise / and album of the year in over 40 publications.

"The leader of the charge has never been more powerful, or more resolute." - Pitchfork
“A triumph….one of the albums of the year.” ***** The Guardian / **** Q / **** MOJO
“The most exciting thing about St Vincent is not knowing what she’ll do with your mind when she has it” – NME
“some of the most entertainingly perverse electronic pop music likely to surface this year” 8/10 – Uncut
“Every song bashes together classic pop with new surprises…a brilliant record” 8/10 - Clash

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.

"I knew the groove needed to be paramount," Clark says of the album, which she arranged and demoed extensively in Austin before heading into the studio in Dallas to record. She enlisted Dap-Kings drummer Homer Steinweiss and frequent collaborator McKenzie Smith of Midlake to share percussion duties, while she returned to producer John Congleton to take the sonic potential they'd only just begun to tap with 'Strange Mercy' into dramatic new territory. "I wanted to make a party record you could play at a funeral."

The result is Clark's most riveting work yet. "Bring Me Your Loves" is a frenzied freakout, but even less frantic tracks like "Severed Crossed Fingers" still deliver her trademark blend of the beautiful and surreal. At the heart of all her music, though, lie larger questions about what it means to be human and the ways in which we seek to find meaning in our lives. "Regret" catches her at a moment of immense vulnerability, while "I Prefer Your Love" may be the purest expression of affection she's ever written. "Digital Witness" tackles identity in the era of Instagram, with Clark singing, "If I can't show it / If you can't see me / What's the point of doing anything?"

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 biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

St Vincent is set to release a Deluxe Repack of her eponymous 2014 album on February 9th, which will include five additional tracks, three of which are previously unreleased. One of the unreleased tracks is new single ‘Bad Believer’.

The Deluxe Re-Pack is set to follow on from the huge success of the 2014 release. Having topped numerous Album of the Year polls including The Times; The Guardian; NME; DIY Magazine and featured highly in other Albums of Year polls such as Q; Pitchfork; The Telegraph and Mojo, St Vincent has also just been nominated for a Grammy for Best Alternative Album as well as Best Album and Best Solo Artist nominations at the NME Awards.

#1 Album of the Year - The Guardian / The Sunday Times / NME / Gigwise / and album of the year in over 40 publications.

"The leader of the charge has never been more powerful, or more resolute." - Pitchfork
“A triumph….one of the albums of the year.” ***** The Guardian / **** Q / **** MOJO
“The most exciting thing about St Vincent is not knowing what she’ll do with your mind when she has it” – NME
“some of the most entertainingly perverse electronic pop music likely to surface this year” 8/10 – Uncut
“Every song bashes together classic pop with new surprises…a brilliant record” 8/10 - Clash

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.

"I knew the groove needed to be paramount," Clark says of the album, which she arranged and demoed extensively in Austin before heading into the studio in Dallas to record. She enlisted Dap-Kings drummer Homer Steinweiss and frequent collaborator McKenzie Smith of Midlake to share percussion duties, while she returned to producer John Congleton to take the sonic potential they'd only just begun to tap with 'Strange Mercy' into dramatic new territory. "I wanted to make a party record you could play at a funeral."

The result is Clark's most riveting work yet. "Bring Me Your Loves" is a frenzied freakout, but even less frantic tracks like "Severed Crossed Fingers" still deliver her trademark blend of the beautiful and surreal. At the heart of all her music, though, lie larger questions about what it means to be human and the ways in which we seek to find meaning in our lives. "Regret" catches her at a moment of immense vulnerability, while "I Prefer Your Love" may be the purest expression of affection she's ever written. "Digital Witness" tackles identity in the era of Instagram, with Clark singing, "If I can't show it / If you can't see me / What's the point of doing anything?"

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 biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

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