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[WATCH] FEIST: ‘The Bad In Each Other’

Feist released a new video today for ‘The Bad in Each Other’, the opening track and second single from last year’s pretty great LP Metals. It’s a rather cinematic and somber clip, shot in Mexico by director Martin De Thurah, offering an array of “tiny wars people experience in between the big dramas,” the singer tells Spin, “the quiet internal battles that guide our actions.” Feist played an impressive headline set at Auckland’s Laneway Festival yesterday evening, a review of which will be posted this week.

Watch the video for ‘The Bad in Each Other’ below (via Spin).

For previous posts on Feist, hit the links below:

[Listen] FEIST’s ‘How Come You Never Go There’ Remixed by BECK

[Watch] FEIST: ‘How Come You Never Go There’

[Watch] FEIST on KIMMEL: ‘How Come You Never Go There’ + ‘The Bad in Each Other’

[Watch] FEIST performs at the CBC’s 75th Anniversary + Stream the entire concert including duets with Jeff Tweedy & Ed Droste

[Watch] BON IVER, FEIST & MASTODON on HOLLAND Part 2

[Watch] FEIST on BLACK CAB SESSIONS: ‘Undiscovered First’

[Watch] BON IVER, FEIST & MASTODON on JOOLS HOLLAND

[Watch] FEIST on LETTERMAN: ‘How Come You Never Go There’

[Stream] FEIST: ‘Metals’ + [Watch] ‘The Circle Married The Line’ studio performance

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