The singer, real name Annie Clark, performed the cut from her new album ‘Daddy’s Home’ with her newly-christened Down and Out Downtown Band, retaining the ’70s spark that defines her latest records’s production and concept.
The band appeared with a trio of back-up singers, vintage analogue synths, and plenty of era-appropriate fashion. Watch their performance below.
Several hours ago, Clark addressed her fans on Instagram, talking about the album’s release. “This record was such a joy to make. I learned so much in the process,” she wrote. “About deep time. Feel. Harmony. Playing. Singing. I hope you love it. And if you don’t, I hope you know I did my best and maybe the next one will be for you.”
Aside from future performances, Clark is also readying the release of her film The Nowhere Inn. Clark co-wrote, produced, and starred in the feature-length project alongside Sleater-Kinney‘s Carrie Brownstein. The Nowhere Inn is due for release in US cinemas and Apple TV+ on September 17.
In a four-star review, NME‘s El Hunt called ‘Daddy’s Home’ her “warmest album yet”, praising its sonic palette “influenced by Bowie and Sly and The Family Stone”.