|Single by St. Vincent|
|from the album Masseduction|
|Released||June 30, 2017|
|St. Vincent singles chronology|
On May 2017, The New York Times stated that American producer Jack Antonoff is working on new music with Clark.  Clark performed the song for the first time in June 2016 during a New York City benefit show. 
"New York" is a sombre ballad mourning the end of a relationship.  Unlike her previous material, the song does not contain Clark's "fiery guitar playing, nor the squelching industrial soundscapes of her great self-titled album from 2014. It's just her voice, and some simple lilting piano chords—that's about it." The song finds Clark "singing without apparent irony about personal loss. The song could also be read as a eulogy for a certain portion of the soul of New York City itself; she sings mostly about locales in the East Village, painting them with a wild romantic streak that exists mostly in the memory of the city's denizens." Andy Cush of Spin described it as "far more straightforward than we've come to expect from Annie Clark," while comparing the song to Lorde's " Liability". 
"New York" featured as Pitchfork's "Best New Track" with Laura Snapes deeming it as "a jarring sentiment from someone who always seems so supremely herself."  Spin's Andy Cush thought "it would be real shame for a talent as wild and idiosyncratic as Clark's to lose its edges in the pop production and songwriting wringer. "New York" is surprisingly benign compared to her recent output, except for one moment, when she spits out a "motherfucker" worthy of Nick Cave in an otherwise lovely chorus. It's enough to reassure you that St. Vincent still has some acid in her." 
The music video for "New York" directed by visual artist Alex Da Corte was released on August 31, 2017. It features Clark performing the song with "a loud variety of fashion choices" in front of "increasingly lurid and colorful backdrops."  . In 2018 the St. Vincent and Da Corte reunited for a second pairing, whereby the artist/director employed the artist/musician in another video this time as part his exhibition "C-A-T Spells Murder" at the Karma gallery in New York City (February 18 - March 18, 2018); where in an 11 minute video Da Corte shows St. Vincent holding a one eyed feline while the performer makes a series of facial expressions ending in terror while this film looped was played within an instillation which also featured an eleven foot high sculpture of a cat.  
Credits adapted from Masseduction booklet. 
- Annie Clark – vocals
- Thomas Bartlett – piano
- Jack Antonoff – synths, programming
- Philip A. Peterson – cello
- Timothy Garland – violin
- Laura Sisk – engineering
- Jack Antonoff – additional engineering
- Annie Clark – additional engineering
- Sean Cook – additional engineering
- Tom Elmhirst – mixing
- Brandon Boost – mix engineering
- Chris Gehringer – mastering
|Belgium ( Ultratip Flanders) ||32|
|US Adult Alternative Songs ( Billboard) ||22|
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- Renshaw, David (August 31, 2017). "St. Vincent Shares Bright "New York" Video". The Fader. Retrieved October 5, 2017.
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