St. Vincent – aka Annie Clark - has announced her new album, ‘MASSEDUCTION,’ to be released on the 13th October through Loma Vista/Caroline International. Themes of power and
sex, imperiled relationships and death slice through the album, Clark’s first since her 2014 breakout ‘St. Vincent.’ The thirteen tracks on ‘MASSEDUCTION’ swirl with guitar and piano,
synths and strings, and drum beats that punch with purpose. The album was co-produced by St. Vincent and Jack Antonoff at Electric Lady Studios in Manhattan, with additional recording at
Rough Consumer Studio in Brooklyn, and Compound Fracture in Los Angeles.
“Every record I make has an archetype,” says Clark. “‘Strange Mercy’ was Housewives on Pills. ‘St. Vincent’ was Near-Future Cult Leader. ‘MASSEDUCTION’ is different, it’s pretty first person. You can’t fact-check it, but if you want to know about my life, listen to this record.”
St. Vincent has released a new song called “New York” (via Loma Vista Recordings/Caroline International).
The new track coincides with the recently announced ‘Fear The Future Tour’ tickets going on sale today.
Listen to “New York” here
“New York” is the latest new work from St. Vincent, who won the Best Alternative Music Album GRAMMY® for her 2014 self-titled album (Loma Vista Recordings/Caroline International).
Shortly after the album’s release she performed with a reformed Nirvana at the 2014 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony and on the 2014 season finale of Saturday Night Live.