St Vincent reveals new song 'Digital Witness' – listen

The second track from the singer's forthcoming new album is streaming online

St Vincent is streaming 'Digital Witness', the second track to be taken from her forthcoming new album, 'St Vincent'. Listen to it above.

The release of the song follows the premiere of 'Birth In Reverse', the first track to be taken from the album which will be released on February 24.

'St Vincent' was recorded in Dallas, Texas with Dap-Kings drummer Homer Steinweiss, McKenzie Smith of Midlake and producer John Congleton.

Of the album, Clark has said: "I knew the groove needed to be paramount... I wanted to make a party record you could play at a funeral."

St Vincent released her debut album 'Marry Me' in 2007. It was followed by 2009's 'Actor' and 2011's 'Strange Mercy'. In September 2012 she released a collaborative album with David Byrne titled 'Love This Giant'.

The 'St Vincent' tracklisting is:

'Rattlesnake'
'Birth In Reverse'
'Prince Johnny'
'Huey Newton'
'Digital Witness'
'I Prefer Your Love'
'Regret'
'Bring Me Your Loves'
'Psychopath'
'Every Tear Disappears'
'Severed Crossed Fingers'


Clark will also tour the UK and Ireland in February, as part of a wider European tour.

St Vincent will play:

London Shepherds Bush Empire (February 20)
Manchester The Cathedral (21)
Dublin Olympia (22)


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