It premieres earlier today The result, in the clip of the show, the artist – real name Annie Clark – shows the jamming on the track with the band The Down And Out Downtown Band, as well as a trio of singers (Navonna Holley, Stephanie Alexander and Danielle Uizers).
This is in keeping with the aesthetics of the 70s, which guided the concept of ‘Dad’s House’, with Clark and his band embellished in all retro costumes and played in a style similar to the soul groups of the time. Clark manages to track the track with his smoky vocals, occasionally breaking up to sing a wah-slicked solo with live guitarist Jason Faulkner, playing a “Goldie” model of his guitar called “Ernie Ball Music Man”.
Check the following performance:
Elsewhere in tonight’s episode Austin City Boundaries, Clark and his band play The Holiday Party – exactly a month ago a video of that show came out. The new episode marks his third appearance in the PBS series, first playing in 2009 and then in 2018.
In a five-star review of “Dad’s House.”, of El Hunt said the album “feels warmer than anything St. Vincent has ever done before, trading for loose rock ‘n’ roll sounds in cold precision, which serves as a unique portal to his memories.”
A few months after Clark released “Dad’s House,” the genre-loving artist released his own film. “Nowhere Hotel” – here he describes his “metaphorical” version – Tracks covered by Metallica and Velvet Underground, launched A radio show dedicated to the 70s, and Has announced a UK tour schedule for 2022.