St Vincent will celebrate her sixth studio album ‘Daddy’s Home’ in Manchester this weekend as part of her current jaunt across Europe. This is her first European tour since the pandemic and the release of the album, which has likened her sound to true 70’s rock n roll.
Date: Saturday 25th June
Venue: Manchester Academy
St Vincent is a critically acclaimed multi-instrumentalist who has proven herself as an ever-evolving songstress time and time again. Always innovating and intriguing with her transcendent sounds, the musician has been compared to the likes of Kate Bush and PJ Harvey.
She has also won various accolades across her time as an artist, including three Grammys, which she won for Best Alternative Music Album in 2015 and 2019, and Best Rock Song in 2019. The release of ‘Daddy’s Home’ in 2021, the album which this tour will celebrate, saw her catapulted back again into the spotlight with her authentic 70s influence and sweaty funk.
The Tulsa-born artist will also stop off at Dublin, Edinburgh, Madrid and Paris on this tour, as well as a special appearance at Glastonbury with a coveted spot on the festival’s Other Stage.