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St. Vincent performs ‘The Nowhere Inn’ with a band wearing Annie Clark wigs on ‘Kimmel’

St. Vincent took to Jimmy Kimmel Live last night (September 21st) to perform “The Nowhere Inn.”

The new song serves as the title track to the original soundtrack for her new mockumentary with Carrie Brownstein, The Nowhere Inn. The song serves as a sort of quasi-theme song for the flick. It’s a soft ballad that sees Clark’s signature throaty vocals taking the lead.

St. Vincent was decked out in a feathery ensemble for the captivating performance on Kimmel. In front of a band wearing matching Annie Clark wigs, St. Vincent brought a perfectly campy performance. She captured a retro sound, leaning into the rock tinge of the beautiful ballad. As it progresses, the track explodes into a gritty rock anthem.

Watch St. Vincent’s performance of “The Nowhere Inn” on Jimmy Kimmel Live below.

The Nowhere Inn sees St. Vincent and Brownstein 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.”

Annie Clark did the soundtrack and score, which came out earlier this week.

Check out the tracklist for The Nowhere Inn below.

The Nowhere Inn Tracklist:

01 – “The Nowhere Inn”
02 – “Carrie Voicemail”
03 – “Palm Desert”
04 – “Carrie Wave”
05 – “Waiting On A Wave”
06 – “Opening Limo Scene”
07 – “Hallway Scene”
08 – “Rooftop”
09 – “Come To Jesus”
10 – “Downtempo Montage”
11 – “Sex Scene”
12 – “Board Room”
13 – “Spa Scene”
14 – “Tour Bus”
15 – “Carrie Off Bus”
16 – “Texas Intro”
17 – “Texas Choir”
18 – “Bacchanal”
19 – “Ending”

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