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St. Vincent Has New Album Called All Born Screaming, Watch “Broken Man”

 
     
   
     
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St. Vincent (stage name of Annie Clark) has announced her latest album, All Born Screaming. It has a release date of April 26 through Virgin Music Group.

 

The song “Broken Man” is the perfect combination of quirky St Vincent vibes, crunch guitar riffs and the mysteriousness she has developed as she’s become more famous.

 

 

 

Annie Clark describes the emotional depth of the song, saying, “There are some places, emotionally, that you can only get to by taking the long walk into the woods alone—to find out what your heart is really saying,” She said of the song. “It sounds real because it is real.”

 

     
  The song “Broken Man” is the perfect combination of quirky St Vincent vibes, crunch guitar riffs and the mysteriousness she has developed as she’s become more famous.  
     

 

The album All Born Screaming has contributions from Rachel Eckroth, Josh Freese, Dave Grohl, Mark Guiliana, Cate Le Bon, Justin Meldal-Johnsen, Stella Mogzawa, and David Ralicke.

Annie Clark has in the past characterized her current work as darker and more hardcore than her previous work, “Daddy's Home.”

 

She describes the upcoming project as combining urgent, psychotic sounds with caustic and sonically rich elements, aiming for high stakes and intentionality.

 

Some recent developments related to St Vincent’s music:

  • Metal Aspirations: In interviews, Clark has expressed a desire to create a metal-inspired album, citing renewed feelings of anger as a driving force. While there's no confirmation on a timeline, this could be a future project.
  • Recent Collaborations: She recently teamed up with Dave Grohl for covers of Nine Inch Nails' “Piggy” and Metallica's “Sad But True,” showcasing her affinity for heavier sounds. These collaborations might hint at the direction of her future work.
 
 
 
     
     
 

 

 
 
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