St. Vincent has shared a music video for the title track off her latest album, Daddy’s Home. Directed by Bill Benz (Portlandia, Kroll Show), the clip comes a few months after the album’s release, and see’s St. Vincent performing a one-woman show on the back of a truck.
Premiered via her official Facebook page yesterday, the track’s visual keeps in stead with the nostalgic lens applied to the release’s visual campaign.
In the video, St. Vincent – real name Annie Clark – sets herself up on the back of a flat-bed truck with just herself, a microphone, and later, her guitar. As the truck slowly chugs its way along a slew of empty backstreets, she passes a man reading a newspaper who seems incredibly disinterested and a trio of dancers who get up to lazily dance when a TV prompt tells them to.
The clip flashes between clips of her on the truck, and footage of a television showing her performance.
Watch the clip via her Facebook page.
St. Vincent recently contributed a slamming cover of Metallica’s ‘Sad But True’ to The Metallica Blacklist; a 53-song collection of covers by some of the biggest names in music. The album will be out digitally on Friday, 10th September and physically on Friday, 1st October.
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