Feist Delivers Sunny Nostalgia on Pleasure Title Track

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Earlier this week, Feist announced she'd be releasing her first album in more than 6 years, called Pleasure. The forthcoming 11-track LP will be released April 28 on Universal and follows Feist's last studio album, 2011's Metals. Today, she shared the project's title track, which lives up to all the "raw" claims she made about her new sound. 

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The single was teased with a number of cryptic Instagram videos, and sounds like a mix of The Kills and Karen O. Feist's vocals begin, paired only with a revving guitar, as "Pleasure" slowly builds into something more sunny and nostalgic, like a fuzzy lo-fi track that might appear in your grandparents' record collection. "The experience of pleasure is mild or deep, sometimes temporal, sometimes a sort of low grade lasting, usually a motivator," Feist said. 

Listen to Feist's long-overdue comeback, below. 

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