Go Home with Annie Clark

The brilliant Annie Clark of  St. Vincent invites us to her Texas ranch, rural and beautiful and where all her albums were written in a story from our friends at Nowness.com.

St. Vincent: Lone Star
The virtuosic rock siren comes home to Texas

“I think there are things that you just can't explain about a place,” says Annie Clark, aka, St. Vincent, with regards to Dallas, Texas. The evocative musical maverick’s hometown is where she’s recorded all of her resplendent albums – from 2007‘s debut Marry Me, her breakthrough Strange Mercy, Love This Giant with David Byrne and most recently, the eponymous, Grammy Award-winning, St. Vincent – and she returns in director Alan Del Rio Ortiz's candid film. Specifically, the majority were laid down at Elmwood Recordings, the homely studio owned by longtime collaborator John Congleton. “Music is one of those things that the more you give to it, the more you get back from it.”

“Music is one of those things that the more you give to it – the more you get back”
A vocalist, multi-instrumentalist, composer and producer, St. Vincent’s non-conformist approach to songwriting has reinforced her reputation as an art rock virtuoso. Part radiance, part dark and chaotic, Clark’s music is creatively commanding, and she remains a singular artist who can front Nirvana and perform "Lithium" at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame ceremony, host an experimental radio show on Beats 1, design a guitar for Ernie Ball and write critically acclaimed, sonically wild pop music from the future.

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