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.
The shows will kick off at the Red Bull Academy Music Festival in Los Angeles on October 7th 2017 before taking her across Europe, then back to the States for November and December, coming to a close at Brooklyn's King's Theatre on December 3rd.
7/10 - Los Angeles, CA - Paramount Pictures Studios (Red Bull Academy Music Festival)
17/10 - London, O2 Academy Brixton
18/10 - Manchester, O2 Apollo
20/10 - Dublin, Olympia Theatre
23/10 - Brussels, Ancienne Belgique
24/10 - Paris, Le Trianon
26/10 - Berlin, Huxleys
27/10 - Utrecht, TivoliVrendenburg
14/11 - Detroit, The Fillmore
15/11 - Indianapolis,Egyptian Room
17/11 - Milwaukee, Riverside Theater
18/11 - St. Paul, Palace Theater
19/11 - Kansas City, Uptown Theater
20/11 - St. Louis, The Pageant
21/11 - Louisville, The Kentucky Center
22/11 - Nashville, Ryman Auditorium
24/11 - Knoxville, Tennessee Theatre
25/11 - Durham, Durham Performing Arts Center
27/11 - Washington, The Anthem
28/11 - Philadelphia, Electric Factory
30/11 - Boston, House of Blues
1/12 - Portland, State Theatre
2/12 - Brooklyn, Kings Theatre
3/12 - Brooklyn, Kings Theatre
Take a look back at October's inaugural event.
The film is expected to continue without Mendes' involvement.