Feist Unveils New Music Video
Hot rocker Feist shows off 'The Bad in Each Other' Video, sets tour for spring
January 31 2012 2:43 PM EST
February 05 2015 9:27 PM EST
Today, indie rocker Feist debuts her new music video for "The Bad in Each Other," off her 2011 album Metals.
The album received critical acclaim, named as one of 2011's best by all sorts of music magazines. The new single "Bad" is a standout amongst Feist's string of great music. This video was conceived as a poetic reflection on connection, confusion, love, loss, all the good stuff.
In an interview with Spin Feist explains her inspiration: "When I approached [director] Martin [De Thurah] to make a little film for this song, he told me he thought it sounded like a battle cry, and that he wondered about finding the little, tiny wars people experience in between the big dramas. I interpreted that to mean all the quiet internal battles that guide our actions; all the hopes and struggles we suppress or let carry us away. I feel like he's made a sort of symphony of In Betweens and stretched split seconds into feel-able, graspable echoes."
Feist and de Thurah did an amazing job crafting a video that will have us reaching for the 'replay' button a few dozen times today. Check out the haunting, provoking clip below.