St. Vincent Details 'Strange Mercy,' Announces North American Tour

St. Vincent Details 'Strange Mercy,' Announces North American Tour
Last month, we reported that singer-songwriter Annie Clark would be revitalizing her St. Vincent project with a new album called Strange Mercy this fall. Now, the songstress has revealed all of the details for the project.

That's the Strange Mercy cover art above, and the tracklisting is below. The album once again sees Clark team up with John Congleton, who produced her 2009 effort Actor. A press release says the record "finds her redefining the idea of the guitar hero, utilizing the instrument as a pointillist artist might wield a brush."

Strange Mercy will be released on September 13 via 4AD, with the album coming a day earlier in Europe. St. Vincent will celebrate its arrival with a North American tour that includes an appearance at Vancouver's Commodore Ballroom on October 12. All dates are available below.

Strange Mercy:

1. "Chloe in the Afternoon"

2. "Cruel"

3. "Cheerleader"

4. "Surgeon"

5. "Northern Lights"

6. "Strange Mercy"

7. "Neutered Fruit"

8. "Champagne Year"

9. "Dilettante"

10. "Hysterical Strength"

11. "Year of the Tiger"

Tour dates:



7/13 London, England - Barbican Centre

8/25 New York, NY - the Metropolitan Museum of Art

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