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St. Vincent Announces Track Listing For 'Strange Mercy'

Guitartist Annie Clark will release her most aggressive album yet in September

July 13, 2011 2:35 PM ET
St. Vincent album strange mercy

St. Vincent, the music project of singer and guitarist Annie Clark, will release their third album Strange Mercy on September 13th through 4AD Records. The new disc, which finds Clark balancing layers of delicate melodies with inventive, often fiercely aggressive guitar parts, was produced by the singer along with John Congleton, which whom she collaborated on her 2009 album Actor.

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Clark will promote Strange Mercy by taking St. Vincent out on tour in the fall, kicking off with a performance at the McGuire Theatre in Minneapolis on October 2nd. Before then, St. Vincent will premiere the new material at a special rooftop concert in the Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Roof Garden at New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art on August 25.

Here is the full track listing for Strange Mercy:

"Chloe in the Afternoon"
"Cruel"
"Cheerleader"
"Surgeon"
"Northern Lights"
"Strange Mercy"
"Neutered Fruit"
"Champagne Year"
"Dilettante"
"Hysterical Strength"
"Year of the Tiger"

Also, here are the dates for St. Vincent's fall tour:

10/2 - Minneapolis, MN @ McGuire Theatre
10/3 - Milwaukee, WI @ Pabst Theater
10/5 - Chicago, IL @ Metro
10/6 - St. Louis, MO @ Old Rock House
10/7 - Lawrence, KS @ Liberty Hall
10/8 - Boulder, CO @ Boulder Theater
10/10 - Salt Lake City, UT @ Urban Lounge
10/12 - Vancouver, BC @ Commodore Ballroom
10/13 - Seattle, WA @ Neptune Theatre
10/14 - Portland, OR @ Crystal Ballroom
10/18 - Los Angeles, CA @ Music Box
10/20 - Phoenix, AZ @ Crescent Ballroom
10/23 - Dallas, TX @ Kessler Theater
10/24 - Austin, TX @ Moody Theater at ACL Live
10/25 - Houston, TX @ Fitzgerald's
10/26 - New Orleans, LA @ TBA
10/28 - Atlanta, GA @ The EARL
10/30 - Charlottesville, VA @ Jefferson Theater
11/1 - Washington, DC @ 9:30 Club
11/2 - Philadelphia, PA @ Union Transfer
11/3 - New York, NY @ Webster Hall
11/4 - Boston, MA @ Royale

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