Feist

New music

Feist’s Faithful “Hey, That’s No Way to Say Goodbye” Might Make You Cry

The Canadian indie artist's cover of Leonard Cohen's 50-year-old ballad doesn't build much on the original, but it's hard to ignore the care behind it.
Alex Robert Ross
11.3.17
Noisey News

Repent! Rejoice! Exult! Here’s a New Broken Social Scene Song!

"Skyline" is the third track from 'Hug of Thunder,' an album which will probably sound like a hug of thunder.
Alex Robert Ross
5.31.17
Premiere

Glitter, Guitar Shredding, Oh My, Luna Li Show Off Their "Star Stuff"

The Toronto rock group's new video may also be an homage to Feist's "1234."
Sarah MacDonald
5.29.17
New music

Feist and Broken Social Scene Give Us All a "Hug of Thunder" On New Song

What does a hug of thunder sound like, you ask? Well, something like this.
Phil Witmer
5.15.17
Interviews

From iPod Ads to Indie Icon: The Many Lives of Feist

Thirteen years since her debut, she speaks to us about charting a bolder pop return, the weirdness of interviews and whatever happened to "Torontopia".
Alexandra Pollard
4.19.17
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

Feist Is an Ecstatic, Multi-Colored Hallucination in New "Pleasure" Video

Her first album in six years, 'Pleasure,' is out April 28.
Alex Robert Ross
4.12.17
thump news

Watch this Stunning Peaches Concert Doc Filmed at Canada's Oldest Concert Hall

Other artists featured in the 'Live at Massey Hall' series include Tanya Tagaq, Owen Pallett, and Chilly Gonzales.
Max Mertens
4.10.17
Objectively Correct Lists

A Completely Biased Ranking of the 60 Best Canadian Indie Rock Songs of the 00s Part II

Apparently, Broken Social Scene and The Wu-Tang Clan aren't so different
Cam Lindsay
4.10.17
The VICE Morning Bulletin

The VICE Morning Bulletin

Trump changes his mind on the Assad regime, Turkey confirms chemical weapons were used in Syria attack, Jeff Sessions orders review of marijuana enforcement, and more.
VICE Staff
4.6.17
New music

Feist Ventures to Uncharted Sonic and Mathematic Realms in Her New Song "Century"

Pulp's Jarvis Cocker does a monologue about numbers in this, so you know it's hype.
Phil Witmer
4.5.17
Holy Shit

Broken Social Scene Return with “Halfway Home,” Bring the Whole Crew to Play it on 'Colbert'

The sorely missed Canadian troupe swelled to include Emily Haines and James Shaw of Metric, and Amy Millan and Evan Cranely of Stars.
Alex Robert Ross
3.31.17
New music

Feist, Sometime Musical Hermit, Returns with Her First New Track in Six Years, "Pleasure"

She's back from a mini-hiatus. Like, another one.
Lauren O'Neill
3.17.17
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