St. Vincent shares 'Flea', the second advance track from new album 'All Born Screaming'

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“You will be mine for eternity…” So states St. Vincent with fiery resolve on 'Flea,' the second advance offering from the three-time GRAMMY winner’s rapidly approaching seventh full-length studio album, 'All Born Screaming', out April 26 via Total Pleasure Records in partnership with Virgin Music Group.

A track showcasing her signature blend of theatrical flair and guitar mastery, 'Flea' sits atop a foundation of pulsating rhythms, where St. Vincent's vocals soar, delivering lyrics both enigmatic and visceral. Glittering synths cut through the mix, adding a touch of retro-futurism, while her searing guitar work builds to a satisfyingly chaotic crescendo. 'Flea' is an irresistible force, a dynamic and unpredictable ride that signals the arrival of a bold new era for St. Vincent. It's a testament to her artistry, leaving fans eagerly anticipating her upcoming album.

Featuring St. Vincent on vocals and all instruments except drums and bass - handled respectively by Dave Grohl and Justin Meldal-Johnsen - 'Flea' is raw desire made manifest atop a foundation of thundering grooves and searing guitar figures. Accompanied by a lyric video featuring behind the scenes footage from the All Born Screaming sessions, 'Flea' unveils another dimension of the album’s emotionally apocalyptic side one, following in the wake of the "thrilling industrial sound” (The New York Times) of its predecessor 'Broken Man'—currently in its second week at #1 Most Added at US Alternative Radio and still amassing critical raves.

St. Vincent’s first self-produced record, 'All Born Screaming' is an invitation to test the limits of what is possible - and to then keep going; Brought to life with the aid of a highly curated roster of friends - Rachel Eckroth, Josh Freese, Dave Grohl, Mark Guiliana, Cate Le Bon, Justin Meldal-Johnsen, Stella Mogzawa and David Ralicke - the album is an unadulterated expression of St. Vincent’s singular vision.

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