St Vincent previews songs from new album at New York Fashion show – watch St Vincent Tickets

Annie Clark performs for designer Diane Von Furstenberg

St Vincent previews songs from new album at New York Fashion show – watch

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St Vincent performed three new songs at a fashion show in New York yesterday (February 9).

The performer – real name Annie Clark – played for designer Diane Von Furstenberg at the city's Spring Studios.

St Vincent played seven tracks in total, including two renditions of new track 'Digital Witness', which was revealed to fans in January, plus 'Every Tear Disappears' and 'Prince Johnny', which was unveiled last week. Click below to watch.

The event took place as part of New York Fashion Week. If follows Janelle Monáe live soundtracking designer Rebecca Minkoff's show at the same last year.

St Vincent's eponymous new album will be released on February 24. It was recorded in Dallas, Texas with Dap-Kings drummer Homer Steinweiss, McKenzie Smith of Midlake and producer John Congleton.

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 2014, 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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