St. Vincent has released a new video for the title track to her recent album, Daddy’s Home.
The retro Bill Benz-directed video sees St. Vincent heading out on a one-woman parade. Annie Clark sings from the back of a flatbed, as people walking by seem pretty unenthused. Throughout the clip, there’s a graphic representation of the “parade route,” which simply loops around a block.
Despite the lack of a crowd, St. Vincent still gives it her all as she struts along to the tune. The new “Daddy’s Home” video is only available on Facebook, but you can watch it here.
Revisit Daddy’s Home in full below.
St. Vincent and Carrie Brownstein recently released a new trailer for their metafictional feature, The Nowhere Inn.
IFC Films has previewed the new Bill Benz-directed film, which stars St. Vincent, Brownstein, and Dakota Johnson. The film sees the rockers playing fictional versions of themselves as they attempt to create a documentary about St. Vincent (a.k.a. Annie Clark). The film begins “as a straightforward glimpse into an artist’s life and career” and gradually morphs “into something altogether different – and strange.”
It opens with what appears to be some quintessential music doc footage before Clark says, “Why was the movie never completed? Let’s start at the beginning.” As the trailer continues, it gets more and more subversive and twisted. It seems that St. Vincent gets lost in her persona in the clip, and at one point she even says, “Let’s only document things I can control.”
Watch the trailer in full below.