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“A lot of people, hearing a description of the project, assumed it might be an artsy indulgence,” Byrne wrote in the press material, “but somehow it didn’t turn out that way. It’s an indulgent art project.” “People can have the impression that brass is kind of stuffy,” says Clark.“Something for the seated concert hall, instead of something that can have a good beat behind it.” But Love This Giant isn’t stuffy.Artful tangles, washes, and architectures of horns, more horns, some guitar, and a few more horns for good measure.And yet the two of them sound more self-conscious about the horns than you’d expect. “People might hear we’re working together and think, Oh, that sounds interesting—and then they’d hear every song’s backed by a brass band, and they’d think, Oh.
“People thought I was the hospital.”) David Byrne began his career as the captivating front man of Talking Heads before branching out into more or less everything: film, label-running, installation art, a disco musical about Imelda Marcos, blogging about science and bicycles.As it turns out, the song isn't so much about any one relationship and its dissolution, but rather more about text messages Clark sent her friends, the death of David Bowie and Prince, and the fact that she just likes living in New York."The original genesis of this song was I was back in New York and I had texted a friend of mine who had moved away, ' New York isn't New York without you,'" she recalled."And I was like ' Oh, hmmm, maybe I'll squirrel that away.'"She also explains that the "I have lost a hero, I have lost a friend,” was more inspired by the death of musical icons during 2016. And I don’t know that I’ve done that before.”Lines like "You're the only motherf---er in the city who can handle me" came about, because, well, Clark just really likes to swear and finds it to be a sign of intimacy.Uniquely among indie hits however, it's attracted the attention of some corners of the tabloid and fashion press thanks to St.
Vincent's (AKA Annie Clark) past relationships with Cara Delevingne and Kristen Stewart.The funny thing about that sense of scale, of course, is that the horns chosen for a small bookstore show are about to be taken out for a national tour—on which Byrne and Clark will have to deal with the logistics of an eight-piece brass section, and the eight-piece brass section will have to replicate parts that, in the studio, used as many as sixteen “tough-guy New York session players.” “This was an expensive record! “Maybe not as much as a Nicki Minaj record, or whatever, but for different reasons.