St. Vincent self-titles her new album, to be released on February 25th 2014, preceded by the single “Birth In Reverse”.
St. Vincent announces a European tour for February 2014 and premieres a tiny bit of new material too. Tickets go on sale 21 November.
From the magic of Paul McCartney’s headlining set and the rowdiness of Wu-Tang Clan’s surprise set to the banjo-shredding of Ed Helms and the nostalgia from R. Kelly – and everything in between.
The National internalize the abstract on “Trouble Will Find Me,” creating the band’s most immediate work without losing past charms.
A few Honorable Mentions that almost made the cut for the Best Albums of 2012 list.
The brass on Love This Giant provides a fascinating counterpoint for Clark and Byrne but overall makes for an unusually fun listen.
It’s a little strange, but what else would you expect from a St. Vincent and David Byrne video?
After years of anticipation you can now listen to “Love This Giant”, the excellent collaboration between St. Vincent and Talking Heads frontman David Byrne.
After hearing separate cuts from the new Fleetwood Mac tribute album, you can now listen to the entire album in full, two weeks before it’s released!
Here’s another new cut from the St. Vincent and David Byrne collaboration album, and this one is even better than the first track we heard (and that was fucking awesome!).
Listen to a Japanese “Strange Mercy” bonus track from St. Vincent called “This Wave”.
Check out Lykke Li’s gorgeous cover of Fleetwood Mac’s “Silver Springs” as part of a Fleetwood Mac tribute album.
We started our Día de la Música experience with St. Vincent.
Finally, we have confirmation and new music from David Byrne & St. Vincent’s collaborative album “Love This Giant”! And it’s fucking awesome!
Check out the second glorious part of St. Vincent’s visit to Steve Nieve’s house in Paris.