St. Vincent shares cinematic ‘The Nowhere Inn’ film title track

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The mockumentary is released this weekend in theaters and on Apple TV+

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Annie Clark, aka St. Vincent, has shared the title track of her new film with Slater-Kinney’s Carrie Brownstein, nowhere inn.

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The cinematic song, which you can hear in the video below, is directed by the film’s director, Bill Benz.

The mockumentary is released in theaters and on Apple TV+ this Friday (September 17) and follows St. Vincent’s most recent album “Daddy’s Home” and Slater-Kinney’s “Path of Wellness”.


It has been described as “a metafictional account of two creative forces banding together to make a documentary about Saint Vincent’s music, touring life and on-stage personality”. But they quickly discover unexpected forces hidden within the subject and filmmaker that threaten to expand the friendship, the project, and the creative lives of the two.

A trailer for the film was released last month with Saint Vincent saying: “My bestie and I made a banana art film…

Co-written and produced by – and starring – two musicians, the collaborative project was first announced in April 2019, when the pair engaged in a series of mock interview segments in promotion of St Vincent’s 2017 album, ‘MASEDUCTION’ .

Meanwhile, St. Vincent recently made his live show debut in support of “Daddy’s Home” in Portland, Maine.

In addition to the previously announced festivals at Mad Cool in Madrid and NOS Alive in Lisbon, the tour will take place in the UK and Europe next year. You can find full dates here.


talking to Granthshala On what fans can expect from the show, she said: “I’m thinking less in terms of digital and more in terms of practical – and I mean theatre-craft.

“The band is so killer and at the end of a day it’s a show. What I’ve been through in the past has been like you can love it or hate it but you won’t forget it. In this era, I I want people to be like, ‘What happened to me now?’ If people go, ‘Oh, that was a good show’ – then I’ve failed.”

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