Listen to Feist and Mastodon 's split 73 single below, released for Record Store Day 2012 . If there were ever a collaboration you wouldn't see coming, this would definitely be one of them, almost two polar opposites of the musical world covering a song of each other's. Canadian Feist takes on Mastodon's "Black Tongue" in a more Mastodon fashion than Feisty, taken from last year's album "The Hunter" , whilst the metal guys from Atlanta, [...]
As much as you can debate the effects of digital photography on the medium, there will always be something intoxicating about a photograph. A literal snapshot of your former self on a day that now exists only in memory is a potent catalyst for the rush of recollections transported through time. In Feist's new video for "Bittersweet Melodies" off last year's stellar Metals , she uses Argentine photographer Irina Werning's Back to the Future series to highlight the conflicting nostalgia within old photos - the easy pull back into the past against our hard-fought [...]
Leslie Feist ’s 2011 album Metals might sound like a departure for those that know her for indie-pop gems like “Mushaboom” or the song Apple made famous, “1 2 3 4.” There are no cute pop songs on this record, however, only Feist showcasing some of the best balladeering we’ve yet heard from her, and “Bittersweet Melodies” is one of the record’s standouts. It’s a song rife with nostalgia, not only about fondly looking backward, but also about constantly seeing the past in the present. As such it’s fitting that the song’s video is [...]
Feist's Metals came as a disappoint to anyone expecting 1,2,3,4 part 2 - but we loved it. It made our top records of the year . Here's the latest video "Bittersweet Melodies" featuring those awesome photos from Irina Werning.
Feist nos presenta el video de su nuevo sencillo "Bittersweet Melodies" en el que presenta varias fotografias de la fotógrafa argentina Irina Werner. El video se vuelve algo nostálgico al ver representado el pasado y el presente. Enjoy.
My love for Feist's latest album Metals is, by now, well-documented. Her soft-but-strong vocal presence and wonderful ear for composition really shines on record, and "Bittersweet Melodies" is one of the simpler examples of that. Feist unveiled a rather heartwarming and goofy video for the song on Monday, and like the song it follows a [...]
Checkout Feist's latest video lifted from her album " Metals " featuring photos that have been manipulated to show a present day recreation of the past, courtesy of Argentinian photographer Irina Werning.
"Bittersweet Melodies," the latest video from Feist's album Metals, features the work of Argentinian photographer Irina Werner, who creates new images by juxtaposing people in the present with images from their past. "I love old photos, but I love even more to recreate them," says Werner. "When I fall in love with a picture I don't stop until I have them in front of me dressed like this doing that thing they were doing. I'm always amazed that they do it." My favorite track from the critically acclaimed 'Metals' Lp now has [...]
A Feist acabou de lançar o mais recente vídeo-single para o seu último álbum, Metals . A eleita desta vez é "Bittersweet Melodies" e o vídeo mostra-nos umas quantas imagens da série "Back To The Future", criação da fotógrafa Brazileira Irina Werning. Nas mesmas, podemos ver a justaposição de uma imagem adulta de um mesmo indivíduo/a, na mesma pose, face a outra da sua infância. De relembrar que Metals foi um dos nossos álbuns favoritos do ano passado, cuja tour também passou por cá no mês passado, nesse que foi (segundo dizem) um [...]
Watch the new video for Feist 's song "Bittersweet Melodies" below, taken from the album "Metals" . Connect with Feist - Facebook | Twitter | Last.fm | Website ( via )
Check out Feist 's performance of "The Bad In Each Other" from her latest album "Metals" , performed live at The Juno Awards on Sunday evening. Connect with Feist - Facebook | Twitter | Last.fm | Website
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Feist portrays an analogy with her new song "The Circle Married The Line" with the Northern and Southern Hemisphere's in her performance captured here at the Enmore Theatre in Sydney while she was performing down under this month. "The Circle Married The Line" is from her new album " Metals "
Some artists do everything better than the rest. This is Feist 's new music video off of Metals . Martin De Thurah , the director of the music video, also directed James Blake's Lindisfarne .
Watch Portland Oregon's Portugal The Man perform in Melbourne Australia for this year's Laneway Festival. Below Feist is performs "How Come You Never Go There" from her latest release, Metals .
Metals did a fine job at reintroducing us to Feist last year after (literally) years of waiting out her creative hiatus. The opening number, “The Bad in Each Other” explodes in a triumphant and utterly beautiful heralding of her return, and now has an equally beautifully video to accompany it. Shot by director Martin de Thurah during a recent trip to Mexico, the video explores all the small moments in our lives when emotion seems to hit the hardest, tapping into themes sadness, guilt, and beauty through a string of unresolved vignettes pulled together as Feist roams through the streets. As she explained [...]
The Great Escape : The UK music festival announces the first round of artists who will be playing Brighton this coming May. Vacationer : These ATG n-"nu-hula" favorites have just released a three-track EP, Gone , that you can grab on iTunes now. Stay tuned for their full-length on March 20th. YouTube : South Africa's national treasure, Die Antwoord, have released a video for "I FINK U FREEKY." AbsolutePunk : Feist announces [...]
Feist went to Mexico. No, really, she did and we have video proof. The Canadian songstress is out with a new video for her song "The Bad in Each Other" from her latest album Metals . The song itself is one of my favorites, despite the melancholy subject matter (breakups, etc.). She pours her formidable vocal talents into it, and it's simply gripping. The video itself is an exploration of multiple relationships and how they end. Shot by Martin De Thurah, the lighting has a dusty quality which adds to the sense that one [...]
There's plenty of reasons why Feist's latest album Metals was TWJ's No. 2 album of 2011, and No. 3 on my 2011 songs list. "The Bad In Each Other" opens Metals with a bang, and it instantly became my favorite song on the record. The drums, the horns, the clatter of it all - and [...]
Feist has a new video out for Metals standout “The Bad In Each Other”. Shot in Mexico by, Martin de Turah, Go to Feist’s Twitter page to read the lengthy explanation of what the video means. In short, we get to see a glimpse of something “real” between people. Pretty cinematic material right here. Metals is available now . Feist - “The Bad In Each Other”