The LP, co-produced by Jack Antonoff, will drop Oct. 13.
Following a series of cryptic, satirical promotional clips St. Vincent has finally announced the official release date of her upcoming album, Masseduction. The follow-up to singer Annie Clark's Grammy-nominated 2014 self-titled album is due out on Oct. 13 on Loma Vista Recordings. According to a statement announcing the release, the 13-track MASSEDUCTION will focus on themes of "power and sex, imperiled relationships and death" with a swirl of "guitar and piano, synths and strings, and drum beats that punch with purpose."
The album was co-produced by St. Vincent and Jack Antonoff and the singer says, "every record I make has an archetype. Strange Mercy was Housewives on Pills. St. Vincent was Near-Future Cult Leader. MASSEDUCTION is different, it's pretty first person. You can't fact-check it, but if you want to know about my life, listen to this record."