Date of birth
28th September, 1982
1st January, 1970
Annie Clark on the red carpet at the 90th Annual Academy Awards (Oscars) 2018 held at the Dolby Theater in Hollywood. This year's winner of Best Picture was 'The Shape of Water', with director Guillermo del Toro winning Best Achievement in Directing - Los Angeles, California, United States - Sunday 4th March 2018
The singer unveils the video for her album's latest single.
St. Vincent hits out at the impossible beauty standards of the city of Los Angeles, and its obsession with staying young forever with her new video for 'Los Ageless'. It's her usual tongue-in-cheek visuals, with the added bonus that it's a spectacularly infectious song.
She dons bandages in a doctor's surgery set-up and a number of latex costumes in the video, which has been directed by Willo Perron. The song itself is a dark electronic number with a steady rhythm underlined by Annie Clark's hypnotic rock vocals.
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Some crazy outfits and artistic backdrops make up the colourful world of St. Vincent's latest video 'New York'. It might be a city with many musical tributes to its name, but this one is certainly something a bit different.
'New York', released this summer (2017), is the first song St. Vincent - aka Annie Clark - has released in two years, coming after her last release 'Teenage Talk'. The video has been directed by visual artist Alex Da Corte, who depicts the different facets of the American city through the eyes of the singer's dreamy, abstract mind.
She has previously confessed that the song is about her whole life and everyone that she loves, rather than just one person from a past relationship as it may sound on first listening. While we're yet to discover any details about her next album project, she will be embarking on her Fear The Future Tour this Fall.
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Cara Delevingne will sing on her former girlfriend St Vincent's upcoming album, the musician has revealed.
The 25-year-old model and actress was previously in a relationship with the musician - whose real name is Annie Clark - for 18 months before their split last summer, and although the pair have parted ways, it seems a piece of their relationship will live on in St Vincent's upcoming sixth studio venture.
During an interview with The New Yorker, the 34-year-old singer revealed Cara will provide vocals on a track entitled 'Pills', which details St Vincent's use of drugs as a ''coping mechanism''.
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St Vincent has admitted she was ''very very shy and anxious'' as a teenager, as she offers advice to fans who feel the same.
St Vincent was ''very very shy and anxious'' as a teenager.
The 34-year-old singer - real name Annie Clark - has opened up about her own struggle with anxiety, and admits she often used to spend time working out where ''all the exits were'' when she was in a public space as she was ''uncomfortable'' being around other people.
She said: ''My uncle gave me advice when I was probably 15 and I was also very, very shy, and very anxious, and would have to make sure I knew where all the exits were if I was in any kind of public space, and was very uncomfortable talking to people, and I think one thing that really helped me was to know that - and it sounds like not quite a good thing, but that no one's looking at you and no one cares because everyone is obsessed with themselves.''
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St. Vincent believes she could have released ''three records''.
St. Vincent believes she could have released ''three records''.
The 34-year-old singer - whose full name is Anne Clark - is set to unveil her new album this year, and the star believes she could have brought out a handful of singles in the time it has taken for her to create her LP.
Speaking to FACT magazine, she said: ''Based on the amount of material I have, I could have put out three records by now. But I needed this one, especially with where we are in the world, to be the best thing that I've ever done by leaps and bounds.''
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The musician covers the magazine’s January issue.
St. Vincent decided to ‘take the piss’ out of Guitar World’s ‘sexiest past’ when she covered the magazine’s January issue.
The musician appears on the cover holding a guitar and wearing a dress which features a bikini print body, as a nod to the magazine’s past when they used to publish a buyer’s guide featuring scantily clad models posing with musical equipment.
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The British model and 'Suicide Squad' actress is Vogue's July cover star, and she confirmed her relationship with the indie star publicly for the first time.
It’s been pretty much an open secret for the last few months, but Cara Delevingne has confirmed for the first time that she’s in a relationship with indie star Annie Clark – better known by her stage name St. Vincent – describing it as a “miracle”.
“I think that being in love with my girlfriend is a big part of why I'm feeling so happy with who I am these days. And for those words to come out of my mouth is actually a miracle,” Delevingne revealed to Vogue in a new interview about Clark, 32, with whom she’s been spotted on many occasions recently.
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Elton John and Mumford And Sons are leading the line-up.
Outside Lands organisers have finally unveiled the spectacular 2015 line-up for their eighth year, featuring headliners Elton John and Mumford And Sons. The event is set to bring its usual combination of music and munchies to San Francisco this August.
Joining Elton and Mumford are a range of equally exciting acts, both of the veteran and the up-and-coming variety. Man of the moment Sam Smith - whose already bagged a total of six awards this year, including four Grammys - will bring his pop genius to the stage, alongside The Black Keys who released their first chart-topping album last year, and Kendrick Lamar whose highly anticipated third album 'To Pimp A Butterfly' sailed to number one in both the US and the UK last week.
Coachella 2015 brings some fantastic artists - new and old - to Indio, California.
It's that time of year again as the full line-up announcement for Coachella 2015 arrives following some spectacular headliners: AC/DC, Jack White and Drake will all top the bills at the two-weekend event in April.
Well known for its diverse collection of rock, pop, electronic, hip hop and indie artists from around the world, the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival is yet again set to arrive at the Empire Polo Club fields in Indio, California. Kicking off with the first event from Friday April 10th - 12th, the festival will repeat the following week from April 17th - 19th.
Jim Pusey's Top Albums of 2014
I'm still unsure what this decade will be seen as in years to come with regard to music, 2014 despite offering up some seriously great records has done little to cement a trend that will define the musical landscape in the public consciousness. Yes, artists continued to experiment with how to release their material, but there doesn't seem to be an alternative model that has been entirely successful. Thom Yorke's second solo album Life's Modern Boxes employed an innovative BitTorrent release three months ago, but for the most part failed to make a real impact. It's an ok record, nothing more, but suffers mainly because it doesn't feel like it's pushing the sonic envelope in the same way as the Atoms For Peace record did. Meanwhile U2 decided to drop an album out of nowhere to everybody with an Apple account. Self-aggrandising or an altruistic gesture to fans? Whatever your view the column inches it generated won't have hurt the band, even if Songs Of Innocence wasn't quite the re-invention that many were hoping for. To my ear it's a record with some redeeming qualities and some good song writing, but the handful of tracks that may be a welcome addition to the quartets body of work are outnumbered by filler.
Elsewhere it's been a strong year for Pop, Lily Allen and Katy B continued to produce interesting albums. However Taylor Swift's 1989 was a particular highlight, although in the same way as recent offerings from TV On The Radio (Seeds) and The Smashing Pumpkins (Monuments To An Elegy), I haven't lived with those records long enough for them to make my top ten of the year. I'd also have liked to have seen mainstream Hip Hop recover from a lull in 2013, but aside from Run The Jewels second record (Run The Jewels 2) and The Roots concept album (.And Then They Shoot Your Cousin), nothing really jumped out at me.
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