St. Vincent is on fire…Annie Clark…unleashes her broad range of art-rock gifts, from the crackling ember of her textured vocals to the raging infernos of swirling, epic orchestration.”–ASSOCIATED PRESS

“She retains her sharp edge as a songwriter while making the music sound exalting, inspiring, and thoroughly romantic…Clark incorporates Bond theme melodrama, Steely Dan-style prog, bouncy art pop and lechy industrial rock, making for what is arguably her loosest record”– PITCHFORK

“…some of Annie Clark’s most satisfyingly urgent music yet.”–ROLLING STONE

“…a proper, career-spanning time capsule harbouring the flourishes of her greatest eras. Lounge, noise rock, baroque, funk, chamber pop, electronica—it’s all here and orbiting each other…This album, from beginning to end, feels like one of her most authentic statements yet.”– PASTE

“…no pretense, no filter, no screen. It’s a joyous sound…wailing against the world not just in grief, but exultant and defiant…quintessentially St. Vincent.”– STEREOGUM 

The wait is over–the highly anticipated seventh album from triple-GRAMMY-winning iconoclast St. Vincent is out today via Total Pleasure Records in partnership with Virgin Music Group and Universal Music Canada.

Produced by St. Vincent and mixed by Cian Riordan, All Born Screaming is an invitation from St. Vincent to test the limits of what is possible–and to then keep going. Brought to life with the aid of a highly curated roster of friends — Rachel Eckroth, Josh Freese, Dave Grohl, Mark Guiliana, Cate Le Bon, Justin Meldal-Johnsen, Stella Mogzawa and David Ralicke — the album is an unadulterated expression of St. Vincent’s singular vision.

In other news, St. Vincent has announced an extensive slate of live dates. Following in the wake of headlining shows in San Francisco and Napa, and festival appearances including Bottlerock and The Thing!, the newly confirmed headlining shows are as follows: 

May 22 — Ventura, CA — The Majestic Ventura Theater *
August 8 — Bend, OR — Hayden Homes Amphitheater #
August 11 — Vancouver, BC — Orpheum
August 13 — Boise, ID — Knitting Factory
August 14 — Ogden, UT — Twilight Concert Series
August 16 — Los Angeles, CA — Greek Theater
September 5 — Boston, MA — MGM Music Hall at Fenway ^
September 6 — Philadelphia, PA — The Met ^
September 10 — Brooklyn, NY — Brooklyn Paramount ^
September 11 — Brooklyn, NY — Brooklyn Paramount ^
September 13 — Washington D.C. — Anthem ^
September 14 — Toronto, ON — Massey Hall
September 16 — Ann Arbor, MI — Michigan Theater
September 20 — St. Paul, MN — The Palace Theater


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