Last year, St. Vincent and Carrie Brownstein’s film The Nowhere Inn debuted at Sundance. Called the “playful, fictional impaling of celebrity and creative process,” the metafilm shows Annie Clark and Brownstein both playing fictional versions of themselves. Brownstein films a concert documentary about the singer that is getting stranger and stranger. Now The Nowhere Inn has got an official release – September 17, 2021 – and a new trailer. Check this out below. The film was directed by Bill Benz.

St. Vincent recently released their new album Daddy’s Home. She previously directed the production of Sleater-Kinney’s latest album with Janet Weiss, The Center Won’t Hold, which was released in late 2019. Before that, she and Brownstein worked on a series of vignettes related to the publication of Masseduction.

On Saturday, September 11th, St. Vincent will be hosting the 2021 Pitchfork Music Festival at Union Park in Chicago, Illinois. Tickets are on sale now.

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