The musician carried out her 2021 single with Louis Cato and The Late Show Band

St. Vincent appeared on The Late Show alongside Louis Cato and the late-night present’s home band to carry out a rousing model of final 12 months’s single “Down.” The efficiency noticed the musician showcasing her electrical guitar chops in collaboration with Cato.

“Down” appeared on St. Vincent’s 2021 LP Daddy’s Home, launched final May. Following the album’s launch, the musician starred within the movie The Nowhere Inn, by which she performed a touring musician who’s the topic of a documentary filmmaker (performed by Clark’s buddy and collaborator Carrie Brownstein). 

In July, St. Vincent crammed in as home band chief on The Late Show, stepping in for Jon Batiste over the course of per week. During one of many appearances, the Texas-born musician publicly urged the Dallas Cowboys to e-book her to carry out the National Anthem at a future sport. After host Stephen Colbert requested “Have you ever sung the National Anthem at a Cowboys sport?” the singer replied, “No, however I’ve been making an attempt to… They have by no means taken me up on my supply.”

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Earlier this summer time, St. Vincent coated Lipps Inc.’s disco basic, “Funky Town,” for the soundtrack for Minions: The Rise of Gru.

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