FEIST “How Come You Never Go There” STREAM

Feist

OOOOOOO! This was posted earlier today morning by Pitchfork.

I was never a HUGE fan of Feist. But her new single “How Come You Never Go There” from her upcoming album Metals is a doozy. The Canadian Leslie Feist’s vocals is like a waterfall of soul in this new track. But the water isn’t the only thing bringing on the soul. The accompaniment of the brass section, percussion, guitars and back up vocals make the track even more grand. The blend of rnb, blues and soul are things I never would have imagined a Canadian (not saying they don’t have soul!) would have procured. So if you’re a fan of Feist you’ll really dig this song. And if you’re a passer by like myself, you’ll be quite impressed. I’m anticipating her new album Metals which drops October 3rd, 2011 via Interscope Records.

Is it just me or are there a TON of albums coming out this Fall?

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