St. Vincent teased their upcoming single “Pay Your Way In Pain” with a trailer

St. Vincent teased their upcoming single "Pay Your Way In Pain" with a trailer

The 38-year-old singer, real name Annie Clark, used social media to share a clip to tease the track running through a neglected apartment building before picking up the phone.

Annie replies, “Hello?”, To which a deep voice replies, “Hello, Annie”.

The viewers are then instructed to “call now”.

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The voice then announces her musical comeback like it’s an upcoming movie and says, “She’s back in a new role like you’ve never seen her here before. With the new single “Pay Your Way In Pain”.

“Nobody expected it, nobody believed it and nobody could stop it.”

Before deregistering: “Daddy’s Home”, a reference to the speculated title of St. Vincent’s highly anticipated album.

While there is currently no release date for the new song, the 2017 sequel to ‘Masseducation’ is expected to fall on May 14, according to an official poster recently posted online.

It read: “Warm Wurlitzer and wit, glittering guitars and grit, for days with laziness and style. We will take you from the city center to the city center with the artist who will make you expect the unexpected. “

The singer recently teased that her new LP is like the “Sound of Down and Out Downtown in New York, 1973”.

She continued on the weekly newsletter, The New Cue: “Glamor who hasn’t slept in three days.

“In retrospect, I found that ‘mass reduction’ [album] and the tour was so incredibly strict, whether it was the outfits I wore that literally constrained me, that the show was tight and the music was angular and rigid. When I wrapped this up, I said, “Oh, I just want things that are fluid and wobbly, and I want this music to look like a Cassavetes movie.”

“I wanted it to be warm tones and not really distorted to tell these stories of flawed people who are flawed and do the best they can. Which is kind of what my life is. “

In December she said of the album, “It’s locked and loaded. And I’m American, so I’ll only be using gun metaphors.

“It marks a tectonic shift. I felt like I had gone as far as I could with angularity.

“I was keen to get back to the music I heard more than any other – Stevie Wonder records from the early ’70s, Sly and the Family Stone.

“I have studied at the feet of these masters.”


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