St. Vincent Breaks Down the 70s Records that Inspired ‘Daddy’s Home’
I first discovered St. Vincent in 2014 when she performed at Nirvana’s Rock N Roll Hall of Fame induction. The band, with Vincent taking over the role of Kurt Cobain, did a rendition of Lithium. From that point on, I’ve been a major fan of St. Vincent and was delighted to hear her latest album when it released on May 14th.
Above is a video from Vinyl Me Please, where St. Vincent shares her Capsule Collection: the five lush powerhouse ’70s records that inspired her new record, Daddy’s Home. Daddy’s Home is the sixth album from an ever-evolving artist revered by many as the most innovative presence in modern music. Check it out!
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