Video roundup for the week: Florence + The Machine: "No Light, No Light" "No Light, No Light" is easily one of the best tracks on Florence Welch's second album, Ceremonials . Now it has this stunning, epic and haunting video to boot. I get the chills just watching it. Feist: "How Come You Never Go There" Leslie Feist gets hair extensions and [...]
Feist has just launched the official video for her track "How Come You Never Go there" which is the first single from her Metals album that came out back in October. The video is very minimal and just as somber as the song itself. And, this song in particular, really makes Feist sound a lot like early Fiona Apple material which is only a compliment. She's in good company. Enjoy. Click here to view the embedded video.
Feist has just launched the official video for her track "How Come You Never Go there" which is the first single from her Metals album that came out back in October. The video is very minimal and just as somber as the song itself. And, this song in particular, really makes Feist sound a lot [...]
En los últimos días hemos estado hablando sobre el nuevo disco de The Twilight Sad , No One Can Ever Know . Además de otros detalles sobre el álbum, hemos podido tanto escuchar como disfrutar del videoclip de su single, "Sick". Y precisamente a él recuerda "How Come You Never Go There" , el nuevo video de Feist . No se trata de una semejanza musical porque poco tienen que ver entre sí ambas canciones y tampoco es que solo compartan la imagen en blanco y negro, sino que la escena que representan es [...]
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Here's Feist 's new video for her lovable, coffeeshop-appropriate single "How Come You Never Go There," off the recently released album Metals . For this one, she does some slow hippie-dancing in the forest. I'm down. You know how much I love forests and hippie-dancing? A lot. There are also a couple of negatives. First of all, she has disgustingly long hair. Secondly, she seems to have some power over the wind, but she only uses this to blow around her long hair and rattle some ferns. Oh well, every video has pros and Con [...]
The video clip for Feist's excellent single "How Come You Never Go There" finally sees the light of day. It took a while because Leslie had to grow out her epic hair. Continue reading: Video: Feist - "How Come You Never Go There" Subscribe to the PMABLAST, a daily newsletter with free mp3s, music news and reviews sent directly to your email inbox. Tags: Feist
Feist gets heavy in a forest in the new video for " How Come You Never Go There ." Oh, and that hair ! Check it out down below. Read More...
Watch 'How Come You Never Go There' below. She recently visited Kimmel . Click here to view the embedded video. MP3: Feist - I Feel It All (Diplo Mix)
Tweet Watch the new video for Feist 's song "How Come You Never Go There" below, taken from the album "Metals" . Tweet This! Share this on Facebook Share this on Tumblr Stumble upon something good? Share it on StumbleUpon [...]
Con ustedes el hermosísimo video en blanco y negro de “ How Come You Never Go There ” de Feist, que visitará nuestro país los próximos 12 y 13 de diciembre en el Teatro Fru Fru. Enjoy.
Either The Twilight Sad and Feist went halfies on a film shoot, or we now have two music videos, shot in black and what, featuring performances in the middle of the woods. Following The Twilight Sad's clip for "Sick" , Leslie Feist reveals her new video for "How Come You Never Go There". For comparison's sake, we have both videos embedded below. Feist - "How Come You Never Go There": The Twilight Sad - "Sick": Feist's latest [...]
After seeing Feist perform "How Come You Never Go There" on numerous late night TV shows the time has come for the Metals track to get the official video treatment. It features what appears to be an enchanted forest (not really, just a cool looking woodland) and some incredibly long hair that must be hella annoying in all that wind! The video does accompany the track beautifully though. Give it a watch for yourselves at the top.
Parece que hoy es un muy buen dia para tener puras notas sobre chicas asi que por que no?, aqui esta una mas al mando de Feist ya que hace unos momentos se dio a conocer el video oficial de " How Come You Never Go There " bajo la direccion de Martin de Thurrah y dejenme decirles que esta bieeen bueno y digo, parece que este tipo fue el mismo que hizo un par de videos de Fever Ray asi que si ya han visto lo que hizo con ella, seguramente podran darse una muy [...]
The video for Feist ’s How Come You Never Go There shows Leslie Feist “exploring” the woods with very long hair - can’t help but think of the Martin de Thurrah-directed video for Fever Ray’s When I Grow Up (read as: you should definitely watch this).
Still haven't managed to give Feist's latest album a listen, but it's on the to-do list so it's almost a bit cheeky checking the remixes out but oh well. Moshi Moshi act Clock Opera were assigned the task of spreading some of their own magic on track 4 from the LP and it's really strong. Feist -- How Come You Never Go There (Clock Opera Remix) Clock Opera aren't just remixers and their own music is well worth a listen. Lesson No. 7 was released on [...]
Tweet Watch Feist perform "How Come You Never Go There" and "The Bad In Each Other" live on Jimmy Kimmel below. Both songs are from her new album "Metals" . Tweet This! Share this on Facebook [...]
One of our favorites on the new Feist album Metals is "Comfort Me", a slow-building song that starts as a softly strummed acoustic piece and then takes off with abandon. Taken from the hour-long recording of an impressive performance last month to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the Canadian Broadcast Corporation, Feist is joined for the concert by guests Bryan Webb of The Constantines, Ed Droste of Grizzly Bear and Jeff Tweedy of Wilco. Stream the full recording here -- and watch more videos from the show ("Pine Moon", "Caught [...]