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St. Vincent Unveils First Track ‘New York’ from Upcoming Album


St. Vincent Unveils First Track ‘New York’ from Upcoming Album

St. Vincent and  BBC Radio 6 Music have both been responsible for making a lot of my own personal, musical dreams come true over the years. On June 29th at midnight UK time, St. Vincent’s newest track from what appears to be her next, as of yet untitled (but we’re gonna guess that it’s the same as that of her upcoming tour, just for fun) fifth album was played in full for the first time. At least in its full, studio-recorded form and not onstage, while its singer wore a toilet costume from her 2016 directorial debut ‘The Birthday Party’ (a short film that’s part of the female-directed horror anthology, XX), that is. (There are receipts and trust me, we’re not complaining about either).

While it may not be a reflection of the entire album, ‘New York’ is a track full of the melancholy of loss and places we all have that once belonged to an Us, and now a Neither, and it’s a track that distances itself from the ‘Huey Newton’ and ‘Digital Witness’ approach that a lot of her last, award-winning, self-titled album took.

St. Vincent’s ‘New York’ rather follows the approach she took with tracks like ‘I Prefer Your Love’ and Prince Johnny, the former being one of the most autobiographical songs Annie Clark (St. Vincent) had written up to that point. With lyrics like ‘You’re the only mother fucker in the city who can handle me/forgive me’ and ‘for you, darling, I’d do it all again’, St. Vincent’s proclamation that the upcoming album — rumored to involve BLEACHERS’ and Mr. Lena Dunham, Jack Antonoff — includes some of the most personal work she’s done so far, is entirely believable, and this mother fucker, cannot wait to hear more.

Listen to the song here:

You can also catch St. Vincent on her FEAR THE FUTURE tour this fall. See you there!

St. Vincent FEAR THE FUTURE tour


8/19 – Tokyo, Japan – Summer Sonic

10/17 – London, UK – O2 Academy Brixton

10/18 – Manchester, UK – O2 Apollo Manchester

10/20 – Dublin, Ireland – Olympia Theatre

10/23 – Brussels, Belgium – Ancienne Belgique

10/24 – Paris, France – Le Trianon

10/26 – Berlin, Germany – Huxleys

10/27 – Utrecht, Netherlands – TivoliVrendenburg

11/14 – Detroit, MI – The Fillmore

11/15 – Indianapolis, IN – Egyptian Room

11/17 – Milwaukee, WI – Riverside Theater

11/18 – St. Paul, MN – Palace Theater

11/19 – Kansas City, MO – Uptown Theater

11/20 – St. Louis, MO – The Pageant

11/21 – Louisville, KY – Whitney Hall

11/22 – Nashville, TN – Ryman Auditorium

11/24 – Knoxville, TN – Tennessee Theatre

11/25 – Durham, NC – Durham Performing Arts Center

11/27 – Washington, DC – The Anthem

11/28 – Philadelphia, PA – Electric Factory

11/30 – Boston, MA – House of Blues

12/1 – Portland, ME – State Theatre

12/2 – Brooklyn, NY – Kings Theatre

In addition to your regular tickets, there’s also a VIP experience that will involve a photo opportunity with one of the Ernie Ball signature St. Vincent guitars (jelly), signed posters and more.



A proudly queer, freelance music journalist, Em splits her time between Durham and London. When she’s not at a gig, mouth-agape, she’ll be camped outside of a Parisian bistro taking photographs of strangers.

The little pleasures in life are the most meaningful to her: Her dog, family-and-extended, and Milkybar buttons.

Her motto — a snippet from Alexander Pope’s Essay on Man — is, “hope springs eternal.”

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