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St. Vincent Looks Inside to Reveal ‘Big Time Nothing’ on New Song

St. Vincent rolled out “Big Time Nothing” ahead of the release of her first self-produced record and seventh album, All Born Screaming, due Friday.

“Don’t blink/Don’t wait/Don’t walk/You’re late/Don’t fall from grace, behave/ Don’t trip, sashay,” St. Vincent sings against a fever-dream beat, before declaring, “I look inside your eyes” and counting down to the next verse. “Don’t show/Don’t flake/Go hard, debase/Don’t make a dishonest mistake/Don’t be so sure I need a cure.”

The Grammy winner dropped the LP’s first single “Broken Man” in February and “Flea” in March. The album will be released via Virgin Music Group and is St. Vincent’s first album since 2021’s Daddy’s Home. According to a press release, the singer collaborated with a “highly curated group” of artists that include Foo Fighters’ Dave Grohl and Josh Freese, Rachel Eckroth, Mark Guiliana, Justin Meldal-Johnsen, Stella Mogzawa, David Ralicke, and Cate Le Bon, who features on All Born Screaming’s album-closing title track.

“There are some places, emotionally, that you can only get to by taking the long walk into the woods alone — to find out what your heart is really saying,” St. Vincent previously said in a statement about All Born Screaming. “It sounds real because it is real.”


St. Vincent will kick off her tour on May 22 in Ventura, California at The Majestic Ventura Theater to celebrate the album’s release, and will also be stopping by San Francisco, Boise, Los Angeles, Brooklyn, and Toronto for several shows and festival appearances. Spoon, Yves, Tumor, Eartheater, Dorian Electra, and Momma will be joining her for the trek.

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