The musician – aka Annie Clark – launched her newest file, the acclaimed ‘Masseduction’, again in 2017, earlier than sharing a piano-led reworked model with ‘MassEducation’ the next yr.
In a brand new interview with Mojo, Clark has spoken of what to anticipate from her subsequent full-length venture. “[It’s] a tectonic shift,” she instructed the journal.
“I felt I had gone so far as I may probably go together with angularity. I used to be concerned with going again to the music I’ve listened to greater than every other – Stevie Surprise data from the early ’70s, Sly And The Household Stone. I studied on the ft of these masters.”
She went on to explain her subsequent file as sounding like “the color palette of the world of Taxi Driver” and “Gena Rowlands in a Cassavetes movie”.
St. Vincent performs stay, 2020. CREDIT: Getty
“I simply needed to seize the colors, the movie inventory, and inform these tales of being down and out, down in your luck,” Clark added.
St. Vincent additionally revealed that she plans to strip-back her stay present when she heads again out on the street.
“My final tour was an entire bunch of manufacturing and high-concept video and razzle-dazzle and I can’t go any additional with that,” she stated. “I’m going to return down and simply play. I don’t suppose high-gloss sheen goes to be that resonant with folks as a result of it should really feel very a lot [like] ‘allow them to eat cake’.”
Clark performed a series of divisive solo sets in help of ‘Masseduction’ in 2017 earlier than rejoining her live band for a “blistering, disturbing rock show” the next summer season. Followers witnessed the latter incarnation when St. Vincent toured the UK in August 2018.
The replace on new materials comes after Jack Antonoff (who produced ‘Masseduction’) revealed that he’d been “messing around” in the studio with Clark earlier this yr.