St Vincent’s new album, ‘Daddy’s Home,’ has dropped

Her first since 2017’s ‘MASSEDUCTION.’

St Vincent has dropped her highly anticipated album Daddy’s Home.

Annie Clark’s sixth studio album and follow-up to 2017’s MASSEDUCTION features 14 new tracks drawing from the sounds of the ’70s as defined by artists like Stevie Wonder and Sly and the Family Stone. The LP’s release was preceded by singles “Pay Your Way in Pain,” “Melting of the Sun,” and “Down”—two of which she aired in a performance on Saturday Night Live last month.

“This record is from guts and pelvis,” St Vincent said of the album in an interview with The Independent. “All I really want to do is just make the best work I can. I kind of don’t give a fuck about anything else. It’s a real like, ‘Take it or leave it, like it or don’t, either way is actually fine for me because I love it.’


St Vincent had also recently contributed to Paul McCartney’s latest album McCartney III Imagined.

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