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  • Feist goes full “Metals”…kinda

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    It’s been four years since the ubiquitous “1234” graced the iPod nano commercial and skyrocketed Leslie Feist to a guest spot on Sesame Street.  She spent the time off jamming with old friends Broken Social Scene and retreating to a cabin in Big Sur to write her latest album, Metals.

    Feist is back with a more percussion heavy effort, as opening track “The Bad in Each Other” thunders into a gush of tenor thumps and snare whips.  “The Commotion” causes quite the bombastic hiccups of choral crescendos, while “Undiscovered First” jiggle jangles and rattles through horns.  Feist doesn’t diverge too much from her sound, in fact “Caught A Long Wind” brings memories of “The Water” from The Reminder, with its stark piano and her vocals on full display.  The first single, “How Come You Never Go There” struts in with a bittersweet ditty of heartbreak.

    The setting of where she recorded can be heard in her references to “horizon lines” on “The Circle Married The Line” and song titles like “Cicadas and Gulls”.  Other choice tracks include “Bittersweet Melodies” and “Get It Wrong, Get It Right”, which will not disappoint Feist fans (or as some would call the brunchwave).   You can listen to the whole album below to make your verdict.  Brunchers unite!

    Track list
    The Bad In Each Other
    Caught A Long Wind
    How Come You Never Go There
    A Commotion
    The Circle Married The Line
    Bittersweet Melodies
    Anti Pioneer
    Undiscovered First
    Cicadas And Gulls
    Woe Be
    Comfort Me
    Get It Wrong, Get It Right

    Tour dates
    11.06 – Atlanta, GA  / Tabernacle
    11.08 – Dallas, TX / Majestic Theatre
    11.12 Los Angels, CA / Wiltern Theatre
    11.14 San Francisco, CA / Warfield Theatre
    11.16 Portland, OR / Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall
    11.17 Seattle, WA / Moore Theatre

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