Shot in her new go-to 70s vibes, St. Vincent told us for our April 2021 issue, “I think of things theatrically, so I want to make sure that the artwork and my clothes and my imaging and everything tells the story of the album. I want it so that if people look back on the project, they go, ‘Oh yeah, that was that era’. Also it’s fun for me to get to be pretty much a different person every three years. And it’s not as if any of these traits aren’t in me - it’s just sort of a question of what you turn up and what you turn down.”
Revisit our full interview with St. Vincent here, and check out the performance of ‘Down’ below.
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