St. Vincent has shared an previous video of herself protecting Tool’s ‘Forty Six & 2’ throughout a pre-show warm-up – you possibly can watch it beneath.
Filmed backstage throughout one of many dates on her 2017 Fear The Future solo tour, St. Vincent – actual title Annie Clark – revisited the times earlier than the coronavirus pandemic, sharing her acoustic rendition of the steel band’s 1998 single.
“TOOL as preshow warm-up during MASSEDUCTION solo tour,” the singer wrote on Instagram. “Pink bunnysuit hanging in background. Will always love this band. Miss you guys.”
See St. Vincent’s cowl of ‘Forty Six & 2’ beneath:
Last month, St. Vincent shared a video cowl of her taking part in Led Zeppelin‘s ‘Stairway To Heaven’ as a fond tribute to those that “fumble through” the tune in guitar outlets.
“Since guitar stores have been closed, I thought you might have missed the sound of someone fumbling through ‘Stairway To Heaven,’” the singer wrote within the accompanying caption to the clip, which she shared on Instagram.
Meanwhile, it has been introduced that St. Vincent will participate in a forthcoming instalment of Audible’s Words and Music listening collection.
The episode will give attention to the artist’s inventive journey and imaginative and prescient, and can launch within the coming months on Audible.
In April, Tool drummer Danny Carey revealed that the band have been hoping to jot down new music whereas in quarantine.
The band have postponed a number of tour dates as a result of coronavirus pandemic, with exhibits from April via to June referred to as off.
Speaking as a part of a brand new bass and drums webinar that additionally options Tool bassist Justin Chancellor, members of Korn, Megadeth and extra, Carey spoke of what the band have been as much as throughout their time in isolation.