​St. Vincent Dressed Up as a Toilet and Debuted a New Song

​St. Vincent Dressed Up as a Toilet and Debuted a New Song
Last night (June 28), St. Vincent took to a New York stage to show off some new music — and a new look.
 
A benefit concert was hosted in support of her drummer Matt Johnson's son, who is currently recovering from a brain injury due to a seizure. The likes of Rufus Wainright, Elysian Fields, Joan As Police Woman and special guest Father John Misty were also on the bill, but St. Vincent's Annie Clark really stole the spotlight thanks to a rather excellent toilet costume.
 
Clark's band and dancers also sported costumes, dressing as an array of zoo creatures — though, the connecting thread there has yet to be figured out.
 
St. Vincent's set included cuts like "Marry Me," "Teenage Talk," "Bring Me Your Loves" and "Cheerleader," before she closed the show with a new song dubbed "New York." 
 
 

Jasper Johnson benefit St. Vincent set list #stvincent

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Watch a clip of Clark dressed as a toilet, serenading the audience with the new cut below. St. Vincent's last record arrived in 2014 as a self-titled LP.
 
 

that's @st_vincent dressed as a toilet singing a song about @caradelevingne, to Cara.

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