St. Vincent is back.  And she's not alone: ​​the first news about the new album

St. Vincent is back. And she’s not alone: ​​the first news about the new album

St. Vincent is back. And she’s not alone: ​​the rockeuse’s new album also features Dave Grohl. In an interview granted to Mojo magazine, Anne Erin Clark – this is the real name of the 41-year-old American rocker loved by David Byrne, with whom she recorded the album “Love this giant” in 2012 – revealed the details relating to the album that will mark his return to the recording scene three years after the release of “Daddy’s home”. She anticipates having a piece she recorded in her drawer together with the Foo Fighters frontman.

St. Vincent called the new album “darker and harder” than the previous one and described the sound of the new songs as “urgent and psychotic”. The musician produced the album and recorded it between her Compound Fracture Studio in Los Angeles, the legendary Electric Lady in New York (frequented in the past by Jimi Hendrix, the Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin, Stevie Wonder, David Bowie) and the ‘Electrical Audio by Steve Albini in Chicago:

I had to go deep to find my sonic vocabulary. I like to think of the record as a post-plague pop album, it talks a lot about heaven and hell, in a metaphorical sense. Which is appropriate, because sitting alone in a studio for so many hours I would say is a version of hell. There are a lot of guitars, analogue synthesizers from the 70s and 80s. The stakes are high.

St. Vincent – who in addition to Dave Grohl also enlisted John Freese and Cate Le Bon – did not, however, reveal the release date of the album, presumably expected by the end of 2024.