Feist – “How Come You Never Go There”

Amrit Singh | August 12, 2011 - 11:57 am

Feist’s followup to the coffee shop-conquering LP The Reminder is called Metals. That’s a somewhat less café baiting title, though the only thing really metal about the warm, tenderly smokey lead single “How Come You Never Go There” is how it’s probably going to help the record go Gold or Platinum when everyone who liked her last album is pleased with how this sounds and buys it for their chill out playlist. It is Feisty. Hear it:



Metals is out 10/4 via Cherrytree/Interscope in the US, 10/3 in the UK via Polydor, 10/4 in Canada via Arts&Crafts. There are many “vignettes” from the album posted at Feist’s YouTube.

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