St. Vincent announced a new radio station on Apple Music. It’s titled Radio WSTV, with Annie Clark taking on the role of a New York radio DJ in the 1970s. The first episode airs today (June 4) at 3 p.m. EST. The new show follows Clark’s previous Apple attempt St. Vincent mixtape delivery service.

Clark often referred to the 1970s as a strong influence on his final album. Dad’s house. She said in a new statement: “On Radio WSTV, I take a little acid trip back in time with a smooth voice and all the coolest new (old) tunes. It’s a lot of fun (for me, at least.) Enjoy!!”

St. Vincent performed “Pay Your Way in Pay” and “The Melting of the Sun” from the album on Saturday Night Live in April. And, earlier this year, she reworked Paul McCartney’s “Women and Wives” on McCartney III imagined. She will play a fiction of herself alongside Carrie Brownstein doing the same in Brownstein’s film The hostel from nowhere this autumn.

On Saturday, September 11, St. Vincent will headline the 2021 Pitchfork Music Festival at Union Park in Chicago, Illinois. Tickets are on sale now.


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