Feist releases video for 'Bittersweet Melodies'
The newest video for Feist's soft single ‘Bittersweet Melodies’ is thrown in front of photographer Irina Werning’s fairly well-known before-and-after series ‘Back To The Future,’ in which adults mimic their often candid childhood photos. You can watch the video below.
In addition, Feist will be releasing one of Record Store Day’s more unique packages alongside Atlanta metal group Mastodon with the aptly titled Feistodon. The 21 April release will feature both parties covering each other’s material in a split 7” that’s sure to be one of the hotter selling items of the day.
Many people have complained that Later with Jools Holland has been a bit flat recently, but last night he had the likes of Feist, Bon Iver and Mastodon on his show, which I guess is his middle finger to all the haters. [read more]
For anyone that finds Feist a bit dull, this remix by Clock Opera of 'How Come You Never Go There?' isn't likely going to change your opinion, but it might just make you fall in love with the remixers. [read more]
Rather than publishing a million (well, four) articles on all the artists that appeared on TV last night (via Conan/Jimmy Kimmel/Leno/Letterman) - we've put them all together in this handy little post. We've got Feist performing 'The Bad in Each Other', The Shins performing 'Simple Song' and 'The Rifles Spiral', Arctic Monkeys performing 'R U Mine?' and Alabama Shakes wrapping things you with a performance of 'Hold On'. [read more]