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St. Vincent

St. Vincent

St. Vincent Brings Her Unique Sound to Australia

by Tim Cashmere on December 21, 2011

in Live,New Music,News

St. Vincent, a.k.a. Annie Clark is planning a trip to Sydney that will take in Perth, Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne this March.

The singer’s album Strange Mercy came out in September this year after being signed to 4AD and being released locally in Australia by Remote Control. It was received by rapturous reviews around the world thanks to her distinct voice that echoes Laurie Anderson and noisy arrangements.

Clark is currently working on a collaboration album with David Byrne. She has also worked with Bon Iver and The National.

This is the kind of tour that you’ll be kicking yourself for missing, because next time the venues won’t be quite so small.


8 – Rosemount, Perth, WA
10 – The Hifi, Brisbane, QLD
12 – Factory Theatre, Sydney, NSW
14 – The Hifi, Melbourne, VIC

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Check out her single Marrow below:



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