St Vincent Breaks Down Her Most Iconic Songs | GQ



Annie Clark, also know by her stage name, ‘St Vincent’ shares how she started making music and breaks down some of her most iconic tracks, including ‘Surgeon,’ ‘Cruel,’ ‘New York,’ ‘Smoking Section,’ ‘Los Angeless,’ ‘Pills,’ ‘Hang On Me,’ ‘Happy Birthday, Johnny,’ ‘Savior’ and ‘Slow Disco,’

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St Vincent Breaks Down Her Most Iconic Songs | GQ

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  1. She is easily one of my favorite modern artists. There really aren't as many icons in the mainstream today that know music so intimately and are as thoughtful in their creation to be able to have such a diverse range. Not to mention her lyricism is on point. No glits or glamour. Her words are just pensive and deep and thought-provoking. The Bed is also one of my favorite songs by her. Actor and Marry Me both have so many gems that aren't played as much. Love love love St. Vincent.

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