The good news for St. Vincent drummer Matt Johnson was that the boss performed at a benefit concert for his ailing son. The weird news was that she did so dressed as a toilet.

Appearing last night at Le Poisson Rouge on Bleeker in New York City, St. Vincent offered takes on "Bring Me Your Loves" from her Grammy-winning 2014 self-titled fourth album and "Marry Me," the title song from her 2007 debut. She even apparently played a new song titled "New York" as part of the first St. Vincent show in 2016. But inside a purple commode.

You can watch fan-shot video from the show, above and below. Proceeds went to help Jasper Johnson, who is recovering from a severe seizure in February.

Also on hand on Tuesday (June 28) were Father John Misty and Rufus Wainwright, who performed a song together – thankfully, sans potty costume. The bill featured Rufus' younger sister Martha Wainwright, Nina Persson, Joan as Police Woman and Elysian Fields, as well.

This benefit is part of a diverse period for St. Vincent, who will make her directorial debut as part of the all-female horror anthology XX. St. Vincent, whose real name is Annie Clark, co-wrote her segment with Roxanne Benjamin of V/H/S fame. A release date is forthcoming.

St. Vincent also recently added a new version of the Rolling Stones' 1980 hit “Emotional Rescue” for A Bigger Splash, a music-themed film starring Tilda Swinton and Ralph Fiennes.

Watch St. Vincent Perform 'Marry Me'