St.Vincent says that her new album, Daddy's Home, is a collection of stories about "being down and out in downtown NYC in 1973".

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The 38-year-old singer - whose real name is Annie Clark - has released a taster of the new album with the video of her upcoming single Pay Your Way In Pain.

Daddy's Home, the follow-up to 2017’s Masseducation, is released on May 14, and St. Vincent has said the new album is the "sound of glamour that hasn’t slept for three days".

She added, "In hindsight, I realised that the Masseduction and tour was so incredibly strict, whether it was the outfits I was wearing that literally constricted me, to the show being tight and the music being angular and rigid.

St. Vincent: "Glamour that hasn't slept for three days."

"When I wrapped that, I was like 'oh, I just want things that are fluid and wiggly and I want this music to look like a Cassavetes film’.

"I wanted it to be warm tones and not really distorted, to tell these stories of flawed people being flawed and doing the best they can. Which is kind of what my life is."

The tracklist for Daddy's Home is: Pay Your Way In Pain, Down And Out Downtown, Daddy’s Home, Live In the Dream, The Melting Of The Sun, The Laughing Man, Down, Somebody Like Me, My Baby Wants A Baby, . . . At The Holiday Party, Candy Darling.