Feist - Metals (2011)

How do you follow up the critically-worshipped, 4x-Grammy nominated, 750,000-selling 2007 album The Reminder? Well, if you’re Feist, you take some down time, eventually dust off your guitar (a couple of times) and then, she says, look for “someplace you’ve never been”: geographically in Big Sur, California, and creatively. There with longtime collaborators Chilly Gonzalez and Mocky (plus newcomer Valgeir Sigurossen, of Bjork work), the Broken Social Scene-stealer recorded her new songs with big, often dark themes of solitude and mortality, detachment and fleeting relationships. While her voice retains the distinctive, warmly lit resonance and there a times of buoyant, lilting spark, rarely has Feist turned the coal-black streak of melancholy into such moody, angular and brittle atmospherics. The sometimes brutal, always stunning new album, arriving October 4, isn’t called "Metals" for nothing.

Artist: 
Feist
Album: 
Metals
Album art: 
Release date: 
04.10.2011
Quality: 
VBR V0
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Tracklist: 

1. The Bad in Each Other
2. Graveyard
3. Caught a Long Wind
4. How Come You Never Go There?
5. A Commotion
6. The Circle Married The Line
7. Bittersweet Melodies
8. Anti-Pioneer
9. The Undiscovered First
10. Cicadas & Gulls
11. Comfort Me
12. Get It Wrong Get It Right

Music label: 
Interscope
Country: 
United States
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