Some experimental pop stars just want to watch the world burn. St. Vincent, for example, has shared a brand new video for her eternally good 2017 track "Masseduction" in which she does just that. It's nuclear explosions in the background, Annie Clark plus some dancers in the foreground. Turns out the apocalypse is surprisingly chic.
Why release a new video now? Well, St. Vincent just mass-seduced a whole new audience at the Grammys last night, dueting with Dua Lipa and mashing up her 2017 album's title song with "One Kiss" to glorious effect. This clip is presumably her way of winking hello to all those Dua fans Googling her name for the first time.
It's also a celebration of sorts — "Masseducation," penned by Clark and Jack Antonoff, won Best Rock Song at the ceremony. Its album art was also awarded in the Best Recording Package category. Clarke now boasts three Grammy statues, after winning Best Alternative Album for St. Vincent in 2014.
Watch St. Vincent's new music video for "Masseducation," below. And pray for an official "Masseducation"/"One Kiss" remix.