St Vincent unveils video for 'Digital Witness' – watch

The singer will release her new self-titled album on February 24

St Vincent has unveiled the video for her track 'Digital Witness' – watch it above.

The track is the first single from the singer's forthcoming self-titled new album, which will be released on February 24. The video was directed by Chino Moya.

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

Earlier this week, St Vincent's Annie Clark showed off her football skills in a new video filmed for teen website Rookie. The video, which you can watch below, features Clark showing viewers how to do a move called the 'rainbow kick'. "It took three years to actually perfect," she says. "I learned it when I was sitting on the bench, watching the good players play."



Clark will 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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