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Feist Gets Warped Like A Funhouse Mirror In 'Pleasure' Video

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A still from Feist's "Pleasure" video.
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A still from Feist's "Pleasure" video.

Feist's first album in six years, Pleasure, comes out in just a couple weeks. We've only heard "Century" and the title track from it, so far, and today we get a visual companion for the latter. Directed by Mary Rozzi, Feist gets swirled and distorted like a funhouse mirror as she sings "Pleasure." She even plays a little air guitar at the song's bluesy break. Fun!

Pleasure comes out April 28 via Interscope. Feist goes on tour starting at the end of April.

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Feist's latest album is called <em>Pleasure</em>.
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