Arcade Fire, Lou Reed, David Byrne, Bon Iver, Brian Eno and a host of other artists will be giving ol’ Peter Gabriel the covers treatment, with an album featuring reworked songs of the Sledgehammer hitmaker entitled And I’ll Scratch Yours set for release this spring. The album is a sequel of sorts to Scratch My
The collaboration everyone has been talking, that is, between David Byrne and St. Vincent found it’s onto the late night talk show circuits. Last night, the pair debuted two tracks from their ‘Love This Giant’ album on none other than Fallon.
David Byrne exclaims, “Behold and love this giant” on the fidgety track I Should Watch TV from his recent collaboration with art-rock queen St. Vincent (Annie Clark). Alluding to the line from Walt Whitman’s poem Song of Myself – ‘I behold the picturesque giant and love him’ – Byrne’s lyric embodies the ethos of Love
Sydney Festival 2013 organisers have announced three initial acts that will perform during next year’s Sydney Festival 2013 activities.
Former Talking Heads frontman David Byrne has been announced as headliner of Hobart’s MONA FOMA festival in January.
Last month Music Feeds reported on a collaborative album between Annie Clark, more commonly known as St Vincent, and former Talking Heads member David Byrne. The record titled Love This Giant won’t be available for purchase until September, but if you’re impatient and have access to the internet, then head over to the album’s official
David Byrne & St. Vincent will release their new album, Love This Giant worldwide this September. Recorded over two years, the album is a collaboration in the truest sense of the word, with Byrne and St. Vincent (aka Annie Clark) co-writing ten of the album’s twelve tracks, and each artist penning one song individually. See
American singer-songwriter St. Vincent has told Rolling Stone magazine that a collaboration between her and Talking Heads’ David Bryne is due out soon.
Proving that he can still pull out a surprise when he wants to, Paul Simon has wowed fans in New York with a performance in a small venue that included a couple of duets with David Byrne of Talking Heads.