Feist goes back to her days of Broken Social Scene







Canadian singer-songwriter Leslie Feist spent a decade running from the success of 1234, her musical promotion for Apples iPod Nano. Pleasure continues and expands Feists effort to reach for the minimal and unusual statement, with an end result that often bears resemblance to PJ Harveys early and raw Rid of Me and later acoustic release White Chalk.

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Feist goes back to her days of Broken Social Scene
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Canadian singer-songwriter Leslie Feist spent a decade running from the success of 1234, her musical promotion for Apples iPod Nano. Pleasure continues and expands Feists effort to reach for the minimal and unusual statement, with an end result that often bears resemblance to PJ Harveys early and raw Rid of Me and later acoustic release White Chalk.

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