But in case you really must know the specifics, “All my songs are about John Mayer,” Clark told Vogue’s Carrie Battan in September with a completely straight face, casting lyric “Marry me, John” from 2007’s in a whole new light. __________________________________________________________ Clark gained a higher level of visibility, for better or worse, when she began dating British model and actress Cara Delevingne in 2014.__________________________________________________________ The hardcore band that Clark was a member of in her early 20’s in her hometown of Dallas, Texas? Pictures of the two of them were splashed across magazines, newspapers, and the Internet, and if the increased level of scrutiny about her love life and her sexuality bothered Clark, she didn’t let it show.That honour, apparently, belonged to a taxidermy cat that features in the film and happens to be owned by the composer Danny Elfman, whose children are friends with Benjamin.’s core philosophy lies in the promotion of female-focused, female-crafted narratives in a genre that’s had a troubled history with women; Vuckovic and Kusama’s pieces deal with mothers coping with supernaturally difficult children, while Benjamin’s sees a group of teenagers stalked by an ancient spirit while camping out in the desert."She’s truly one of my absolute favourite actors of all time.
Vincent enlisted her friend Carrie Brownstein in writing the script for a series of pre-taped, stock responses. It’s the one form of masturbation she really doesn’t enjoy.With this package of videos, she seems to trust that her fans will laugh at her dead-serious demeanor, feeling as though they’re in on the joke. She also, as it happens, doesn’t like horror movies.Before the release of her fifth and potentially most ambitious record yet, __________________________________________________________ Annie Clark is a veritable master of deadpan humor.As she’s emphasized on a few different occasions in recent conversations with reporters, Clark sees songs as Rorschach tests, revealing more about the listener than the intent of the person who made them.“I really can’t unsee things,” she confesses over the phone.“And if I see something particularly gory, I will obsessively play it over and over in my mind and not be able to sleep. So, I intentionally avoid things like gore and sexual violence.” Any personal aversion Clark may harbour is untraceable in her , her short is morbidly hilarious, following a frenetic housewife (Melanie Lynskey) as she attempts to hide her husband’s cold, departed body in fear it may ruin her young daughter’s birthday celebrations.Clark has said that Nirvana was one of her most beloved bands as a kid, and that becoming familiar with their music through MTV played a big role in inspiring her to become a musician.She delivered a skilled and muscular performance as the third part of the legendary trio, and later told NME that Grohl and Novoselic’s choice to put women front and center (they were joined on other classic songs by Lorde, Kim Gordon, and Joan Jett) during their Hall of Fame performance was a wonderful way of honoring the Olympia, Washington “punk, freak, queer, feminist scene that the Nirvana guys came up in…that sort of gets whitewashed in all the retrospective.” __________________________________________________________ The press grind can be brutal.Answering the same handful of questions over and over again is enough to transform the smile of even the most humble, down-to-earth artist into a grimace, and for female artists in particular, questions like “What’s it like to play a guitar solo in heels?” can come across as not only redundant, but incredibly condescending.