has made us wait six years for a new album and we are finally
less than a month away. The Canadian indie songstress previously released the slow-burning title track from her upcoming album, Pleasure
and today, we get to hear a raw and gritty new track called "Century."
Just like the lead single, "Century" is a guitar-heavy track where Feist enlisted Pulp frontman, Jarvis Cocker, to deliver a breathy monologue/spoken word segment toward the end of the track.
The 41-year-old used her six-year hiatus to find out what she's been missing while on the road for more than two decades. Pleasure
was recorded mostly live in three different locations and will show fans a vulnerable side of Feist that we haven't seen. It'll be a little mix of everything, not just emotional ballads. So "Everyone's mind's at ease," as Feist says
In addition to revealing "Century," Feist also announced an international tour - going around U.S., Canada, and Europe. The tour begins in Toronto on April 27th and you can find a list of dates, here