After teasing the album with the likes of ‘New York’, ‘Los Ageless’ and most recently ‘Pills’, the follow-up to 2014’s brilliant self-titled effort is here, and it’s a neon-coloured, sexual beast that’s also deeply rooted in sadness.
In our review of the album, where we gave it all of the stars, we said: “As eyebrow-raisingly absurd as the current state of the world - and dissecting the darkest of melancholy in the same step - ‘MASSEDUCTION’ is a lesson in black humour. Along with the equally exceptional ‘St Vincent’ which came before it, this is the moment that St Vincent enters the fabled realm reserved for the greats.”
Now is also a good time to have a read of our cover feature with Annie Clark, where we chatted all things ‘MASSEDUCTION’. Catch up here.
Listen to ‘MASSEDUCTION’ in full below.